Peugeot 508 Hybrid Concept

Feb 26, 2019

Category: Rides

While they’re not entirely well-known in the States, French car manufacturer Peugeot is a staple of the European vehicle landscape. And while not everything they have to offer is head-turning, per se, their Geneva-bound 508 hybrid concept sport sedan is a sight to behold.

The platform hinges on a trio of motors — a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbo engine and a pair of electric motors (one for each axle) — which combine for 400 horsepower and just under 370 foot-pounds of torque. Together, those power plants also give this 508 a 0-62 MPH time of just 4.8 seconds and an electronically-limited top speed of 155 MPH. Interestingly, this concept is also good for 31 miles of travel on electric power alone, which is handy should you run out of gas. The sleek exterior, with its “Kryptonite” green accents, is also complemented in the cabin by Alcantara trim, adding just a touch of class to the otherwise stock interior. Set for an unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show, this super sedan is surely an unexpected treat.

Learn More: Pugeot

More From Rides

This Sleek Tactical Respirator Is Comfortable, Reusable, & 98.6% Effective

Compatible with helmets, eyewear, and facial hair.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Featured Image

JRM’s Yamaha Street Scrambler Moto Was Built To Tear Up Bali’s Untamed Roads

A bored-out, late-model, utilitarian commuter with a minimalist attitude.

Posted By

Jun 5, 2020

Featured Image

Radical’s Hyperlight SR3 Track Car Gets A Dramatic Revision With The 226HP ‘XX’

The speedy, high-tech go-kart of your dreams.

Posted By

Jun 5, 2020

Featured Image

Toyota’s AWD Hilux Invincible-X Is An Ambitious Off-Road Adventure Pickup

Outfitted with an all-new, 201-horsepower, 2.8L diesel engine.

Posted By

Jun 4, 2020

Featured Image

Auction Block: 1969 Triumph GT6

A rebuilt and restored LHD Michelotti-designed sport coupe.

Posted By

Jun 5, 2020

Featured Image

SKK AutoDesign Conjures Up A Clever Modern KTM 790 Cafe Racer Moto

Inspired by KTM's design language and an Indian push dagger.

Posted By

Jun 4, 2020