The French brand has yet to sell a 508 Coupe since the nameplate was introduced in 2010.
Since Peugeot introduced his 508 nameplates in 2010, he’s been available as either a sedan, station wagon and eventually a five-door liftback. This model was never officially offered as a coupe. There was a Peugeot SR1 concept at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, but it never made it into production.
Should Peugeot offer it? More importantly, would it be an attractive option in the niche midsize coupe segment? We can only imagine, but that’s exactly what X-Tomi Design did with their latest render.
Take the latest version of the Peugeot 508 sedan and turn it into a ferocious two-door, and the unofficial rendering of the coupe above looks great. No BMW 4 Series could be a suitable rival.
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Should this fictional coupe become a reality, Peugeot could offer the same powertrain options for the model. These options range from a 1.2-liter turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine producing 130 hp (97 kW) to a top-of-the-line hybrid powertrain that delivers 360 hp (268 kW) combined output to both axles. up to. This setup is found on the 508 Peugeot Sport Engineered (PSE).
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I’m sure a PSE version of him will be available in the fictional 508 Coupe to make it viable against the German mighty Coupe.
On the other hand, these are just speculations and it is highly unlikely that Peugeot will offer a 508 Coupe any time soon. If you want a sweeping Peugeot, you might as well wait for the upcoming 4008 Coupe SUV. This 4008 Coupe of his has already hit the road for testing, though it does have some ground clearance – Peugeot’s answer to the growing popularity of coupé SUVs around the world. Those excited about a conventional 508 sedan or station wagon will be in luck as facelifted models hit showrooms over the next few months.