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2020 Peugeot 2008 revealed
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19th Jun 2019
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2020 Peugeot 2008 revealed

Peugeot has revealed its latest, littlest SUV and in both internal-combustion and pure-electric form. Externally, the new 2008 shares its core DNA with the 208 revealed in February. It has the same three-stripe light signature up front, with the same LED streaks extending into the bumper, jewel-like grille detailing and model badge at the front of the bonnet.
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2020 Opel Corsa leaked
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22nd May 2019
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2020 Opel Corsa leaked

The next-generation Opel Corsa has been leaked on an online forum, ahead of its official reveal slated for later this year. Posted to French forum WorldScoop, the revealing images were allegedly posted to a news website by accident and taken down, though that didn't stop one user from saving hi-res files and publishing them.
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2019 Vauxhall Vivaro revealed
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2nd May 2019
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2019 Vauxhall Vivaro revealed

Vauxhall has revealed its all-new Vivaro van at the CV Show in Birmingham, UK. Based on the PSA Group's EMP2 modular architecture, the new Vivaro is the former-GM brand's take on the Peugeot Expert, and will be built at the company's facility in Luton – securing 1250 British jobs.
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Peugeot 3008, 5008 Crossway Editions announced
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1st Mar 2019
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Peugeot 3008, 5008 Crossway Editions announced

Peugeot Australia has released a pair of Crossway Editions based on its 3008 and 5008 SUVs, both limited to just 100 units in total. The special-edition models add "bespoke content" to both models, which are based on the mid-spec Allure grade, including features that cannot be had on the core range. Pricing for the 3008 Crossway starts at $43,490 plus on-road costs, with 60 units available locally. Meanwhile, the 5008 Crossway is priced at $46,990 before ORCs with just 40 units on offer.
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Opel: PSA driving further electrification
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7th Dec 2018
1 min read

Opel: PSA driving further electrification

The next-generation Opel Mokka X and Vivaro will be launched with an electric powertrain, as the Peugeot Citroen Group (PSA) looks to accelerate the brand's electrification. Along with the load-lugging van and compact crossover, the Opel range will next year gain an all-electric Corsa compact hatchback. Details about the car are thin on the ground, we know it'll likely be built on a variation of the PSA e-CMP architecture that'll also underpin the next-generation Peugeot 208.
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