Leaked images have surfaced online of the updated Peugeot 3008, revealing a facelifted exterior and a larger infotainment screen.
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Images of the 2021 Peugeot 3008 have been leaked online ahead of the model's release later this year or early next.

Shared by a member of Forum-Peugeot, the leaked pictures reveal a facelifted front-end with a jewelled grille and striking daytime-running lights (with integrated front indicator lamps) in vertical strips in the front bumper bar.

The DRLs on the 3008 are part of a new design language being rolled-out across the upcoming Peugeot model-range, and has already been applied to the 208, 2008, and 508.

A new wheel design accompanies the facelift, similar to the 19-inch 'Boston' alloy wheels offered on the current top-spec 3008 GT.

Inside, the medium SUV also benefits from what appears to be a larger infotainment screen fitted to the centre console, but angled towards the driver as with the current model.

As the 2021 Peugeot 3008 has not been officially announced at this point, details remain scarce, but the model is expected to be unveiled in late 2020.