From what we can see, the wagon seems to follow the manufacturer's latest design trends with more sporty looks and a smaller exterior size.
We can also clearly see the LED rear lights with a unique design so far only seen on the 508 Kombi.
The 508 will be the successor to both the 407 and 607 and will feature a three car lineup. First to be released will be the Peugeot 508 sedan, followed by the 508 wagon and another later on, which rumour says will be a four-door coupe much like the Passat CC.
The 508 will also be the first Peugeot that will show the French company’s new design language.
A range of engine will be offered including petrol, diesel and diesel-hybrid, known as Hybrid4.
The first version of the Hybrid4 has a 121kW 2.0-litre HDi FAP engine linked to a 28kW electric motor. The combination produces 149kW, has an electric only mode and four-wheel drive when required. This system will make its first debut in the 3008 during 2011 but will soon follow to other models.
The Peugeot 508 is expected late 2011, possibly as a 2012 model year.