The new Peugeot 108 will go on sale in the UK this July, with prices starting from £8245.
Built in the same plant in the Czech Republic alongside sister models from Toyota and Citroën, the new 108 will be offered in Peugeot's four familiar trim levels - Access, Active, Allure and Feline. A convertible model called the 108 TOP will also be available.
Standard equipment on entry-level models includes six airbags, remote central locking, steering wheel-mounted USB/Aux connection controls and two rear Isofix child seat mountings.
Active models get a seven-inch infotainment system with air conditoning and a DAB radio, while Allure specification adds 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, a reversing camera and keyless entry and go. Also available is Peugeot's MirrorLink technology, which connects to the users' Android, Windows or Blackberry phone.
Top-spec Feline versions of the 108 start at £11,845, and come quipped with leather upholstery and dual zone air conditioning as well as leather trim inside.
The 108 TOP features a retractable fabric roof that can be opened and closed electrically at any speed, and is priced from £10,345. Peugeot is aiming to get customers personalising their cars, wth eight body colours available alongside three roof colours and a number of themes for the interior.