Peugeot has revealed the 2020 Landtrek, a dual-cab ute digging deep into the parts bin aimed squarely at emerging markets
Power in the Landtrek comes from a Euro 4 four-cylinder 1.9-litre turbo-diesel engine making 110kW and 350Nm, put to the road through a 4x2 or 4x4 system and six-speed manual. No automatic option is mentioned.
The two-wheel drive variant hits 100km/h in 14.9 seconds, the four-wheel drive takes an even more leisurely 15.8 seconds.
There's also a 2.4-litre petrol engine on offer, with 155kW and 320Nm put to either the rear or all four wheels through a choice of six-speed manual or automatic transmission.
The new Landtrek has been developed as part of Peugeot's soon-to-be defunct joint venture with Changan, one of China's four biggest carmakers. It has been co-developed alongside the Kaicheng F70, which shares its interior and engines with the Peugeot.
Drive assistance technology includes lane-departure warning, hill descent control, and trailer sway control, along with an optional surround-view camera.
There's no mention of technology like autonomous emergency braking, which is now becoming critical in the Australian market.
It's less critical in the markets Peugeot is targeting in sub-Saharan Africa, South America, and Central America.
Initially, the Landtrek will be built in China, with South American production to follow.