Peugeot has made further improvements to its 3008 Hybrid4, reducing its CO2 emissions to a new low of 91 g/km.
The vehicle is the world’s first full hybrid diesel-electric crossover and now features an improved performance of its innovative drive train.
Peugeot is building on the success of two other full hybrid diesel models 508 RXH and 508 Saloon Hybrid4 and has worked to seek further areas where optimisation can be made.
The engines benefit from new management software which boost the phases of energy recovery and use of the batteries, which reduces CO2 emissions and fuel consumption.
The version which has very low rolling resistance Energy Saving 16-inch tyres and is capable of running at 80.7mpg, while models with 16-inch Mud & Snow, 17-inch and 18-inch tyres have had their emissions reduced to 99g/km.
Peugeot also has a host of other low emission vehicles across its range of hatchbacks, people carriers and saloons, including the iOn, 107 and 5008.
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