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20 Jul 2021

PEUGEOT brand provides personalized monitoring of the vehicle for more safety and serenity, This service has been recently recognized by winning 2 Awards, TELEMAINTENANCE is now available on electrified vehicles.

12 Jul 2021

Electrification is at the heart of the PEUGEOT brand's strategy and the new PEUGEOT 308 will offer two rechargeable hybrid engines on its saloon and SW estate versions right from launch. By 2021, these new products will increase the PEUGEOT range’s electrification rate to 70%, including both passenger cars and commercial vehicles. By 2023, 85% of the brand's models will be electrified and 100% by 2025 in Europe.

25 Mar 2021

In this age of digitalisation and the Internet of Things, the smartphone has become an essential accessory, including in the automotive world. In order to offer the best possible user experience and to best meet the expectations of its customers, PEUGEOT is developing its new vehicles around digital technology, and offers ever more innovative features. Thanks to the MyPeugeot application, the smartphone is becoming the first point of contact between the customer, the brand and its dealer network. A number of practical functions enable customers to stay connected to their vehicles in all circumstances. Free of charge and available on iOS and Android, the MyPeugeot application makes it possible to manage all vehicle-related services from the same interface. With a single click, the application displays all driving statistics, the entire maintenance logbook, anticipates future maintenance operations, accesses all vehicle documentation or enables users to prepare their journey from their smartphone. MyPeugeot also includes services dedicated to rechargeable hybrid and electric vehicles.

11 Mar 2021

By 2040, almost 5 billion men and women will live in cities. Making the urban space "sustainable" is one of the main challenges of the 21st century, and the aspiration of creating "sustainable cities" is shared among all city dwellers. Factors such as air quality, the growth of e-commerce and home delivery, as well as the proliferation of alternative means of transport are changing the face, traffic and way of life in large urban centres.

20 Aug 2020

These 2 protocols have the same objective: to measure the regulated pollutants (CO/HC/Nox/particles) and the consumption expressed in CO2 over the cycle for a new vehicle, yet one will be replacing the other. Introduced in 1992, the NEDC protocol (New European Driving Cycle) has become outdated and has been gradually replaced by the WLTP protocol (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure) since September 2017, which is much closer to the real conditions of vehicle use. The new WLTP test gives consumers a more realistic view of regulated pollutant emissions and CO2 consumption of vehicles with much more representative data.

16 Jun 2020

The recyclability of vehicles will be a major issue for the automotive industry in the coming years. The PSA Group and the PEUGEOT brand are committed to optimising the use of resources by integrating green or recycled materials in its vehicles produced in order to sustain recycling channels and reduce their environmental footprint.

09 Jun 2020

In the highly competitive environment of the automotive industry, vehicle interiors have become an important part of customers' purchasing process. PEUGEOT, with the widespread use of the i-Cockpit® on almost all of its range, has revolutionized vehicle interiors and has taken particular care with the seats, which are now becoming increasingly complex and technological. They are subject to diverse and very strong daily constraints, which is why seats must meet several expectations: to convey a distinctive and customizable visual image, and to convey a different sense of safety and comfort for occupants depending on the geographic area of marketing.

19 May 2020

At first glance, since the birth of the car, the steering wheel has been the mechanical organ that has evolved the least in both form and function. However, it has never stopped changing, nor has it ever tried to break free from its circular shape. Originally very simple and dedicated solely to steering control, it has gradually become more complex. It has grown larger by gradually incorporating multiple secondary functions: horn, radio controls, speed regulation or limitation controls, gear shifting via an impulse control system, airbag. The material of the steering wheel has also considerably changed. Its frame, initially made of wood, became steel, then aluminium and finally magnesium. In 2012, the PEUGEOT 208 introduced a major innovation in the driver's position by launching the PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®. At the heart of the triptych made up of the touch screen and the head-up display, the steering wheel has become compact. It has been redesigned to ensure a better grip, while providing the driver with an even clearer field of vision and increased legroom. The PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® itself continues to evolve and has become widespread throughout the rest of the range. To date, more than six million users have adopted this revolutionary feature, which has remained unique in the automotive world.

23 Apr 2020

Launched in production on the PEUGEOT 208 phase 1 at the beginning of 2012, the first PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® was revealed in 2010 on the SR1 concept car. It is now a real success with more than 5 million customers conquered throughout the world. Today it is a symbol of the brand, a major component of its DNA. The architecture of PEUGEOT driver seats allows information to be directly in your line of sight. No need to take your eyes off the road! Combined with the quality and rigour of the PEUGEOT chassis, the i-Cockpit® is an integral part of the driving pleasure that our Brand so values.

09 Apr 2020

Since 2014 and more particularly since 2016 with the launch of the new 3008 & 5008, PEUGEOT has partnered up with the prestigious French brand FOCAL to design its on-board hi-fi systems. The two tricolour manufacturers share identical brand values, an essential starting point for a perfect collaboration. FOCAL is recognised as a world leader in the manufacture of hi-fi solutions. Based in Saint-Étienne (France), this French company manufactures loudspeakers for the home and multimedia, audio systems for cars, monitoring loudspeakers for recording studios and audiophile headphones. All Focal products are designed and developed in France: they enjoy nearly 40 years of innovation in exclusive acoustic technologies. Focal engineers are involved very early on in a new vehicle project. From the very first architectural sketches, many criteria are decisive in order to give the best possible sound image while respecting the criteria of feasibility, layout, performance...

16 Jan 2020

PEUGEOT presents its new Plug-in Hybrid petrol engines. This new offer complements the existing PEUGEOT 3008 and the new PEUGEOT 508 and 508 SW engines. The HYBRID engine and the HYBRID4 (four-wheel-drive) engine will be integrated to the new PEUGEOT 508 and PEUGEOT 3008 respectively. They will be available for the second quarter of 2019. The PEUGEOT driving experience will be enhanced with new driving modes for rebooted enjoyment and sensations thanks to the magic effect of the ZEV 100% electric mode, the efficiency of the 4-wheel drive mode (HYBRID4), the power of the Sport mode or the versatility of the Hybrid mode. The technology is simple and intuitive, at the service of full freedom: freedom of use, with vehicles adapted to road, urban or outdoor routes. Freedom of choice, with 2 or 4 driving wheels, 225hp or 300hp, sedan, SW or SUV. Freedom of use with the 4 driving modes. These two new engines are the tangible proof of PEUGEOT's vision of unconstrained, exciting and ever more efficient mobility. #UnboringTheFuture. "Our HYBRID PLUG-INs are in perfect harmony with our brand values: they reinforce our promise of amplifying the senses. With this new offer, nothing could be simpler: customers will always come to buy a PEUGEOT and will have the choice of their engine depending on their uses! “ Jean-Philippe IMPARATO, PEUGEOT brand CEO

29 Aug 2018

The entire PEUGEOT passenger-car range is available for customers for the entry into force of the new WLTP protocol on 1 September.

20 Apr 2016

PEUGEOT reveals its vision of tomorrow's driving environment as it introduces the latest PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®. Designed for an instinctive, safer and natural driving experience, this operational demonstrator is a preview of the brand's passenger cabin space on future models. With advanced ergonomics, head-up digital instrument display panel, interactive touchscreen, technology has never been so perfectly showcased. The study conducted by the Brand reviewed the experience of 2.2 million users of the current generation of the PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®, fitted on PEUGEOT 208, 2008 and 308 vehicles. The new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® intensifies the driver's sensations and enables both driver and passengers to step into a new exciting and stimulating driving dimension, for a journey in which nearly all the senses are engaged, simultaneously.

01 Apr 2016

New species of animals have been discovered in Brazil, including a new Amazonian fish called “Hyphessobrycon Peugeoti”.

26 Mar 2015

Months prior to the COP 21 (Conference of Parties to the Kyoto Protocol on the climate) in Paris, the 15th meeting of the PEUGEOT-ONF Forestry Carbon Sink Scientific and Technical Committee was held at the French Embassy in Brasilia, between 23 and 25 March 2015.

19 Feb 2015

PEUGEOT has quickly and significantly reduced the CO2 emissions of all its vehicles. Speedy introduction of the PureTech 3-cylinder petrol and BlueHDi diesel engines along with the new THP 1.6 L petrol engine and EAT6 gearboxes now place 20 PEUGEOT vehicles at the top of their vehicle class for CO2 emissions (five PureTech, three 1.6 L THP and 12 BlueHDi engines). The very low-consumption model of the PEUGEOT 208, at 79 g/km of CO2, boasts the lowest emissions in the world for a combustion engine vehicle. And the PEUGEOT 308, at 82 g/km of CO2, holds the record for the C segment. With ever cleaner engines and lower CO2 emissions, PEUGEOT is upholding its standards for environmentally friendly vehicle design. PEUGEOT's environmental performance enabled the PSA PEUGEOT CITROËN Group to regain its position as European leader in 2014 with an average of 110.3 g/km of CO2 in a European market whose average is 123.7 g. This result has been achieved with no change to the segment mix. High-performance engines combine efficiency with driving pleasure. This latest generation of engines and EAT6 automatic gearboxes are also in keeping with the PEUGEOT brand promise to introduce a new, improved and exciting driving experience.

09 Dec 2014

In line with the commitments made during the “Kick it to Brazil” operation, the brand campaign carried out by PEUGEOT in March and April 2014 that followed the journey made by a football from France to Brazil, passing through many countries and several continents on the way, 15,000 new trees are to be planted at the PEUGEOT-ONF forestry carbon sink at Fazenda Sao Nicolau, the site of the project, in the state of Mato Grosso in Brazil. These saplings will join the 2 million trees of more than 50 different species already introduced to the project site, a project that started in 1998 and is planned to continue until 2038.

08 Sep 2014

PEUGEOT is rising to today's challenges through an innovative approach to environmental efficiency. The new Euro 6 petrol and diesel engines make its vehicles among the best in their category. Even more impressive is the fact that this performance has been achieved while ensuring the highest standards of driving pleasure, in keeping with PEUGEOT requirements. The brand is unveiling its new range of Euro 6 engines on the PEUGEOT 208 and 308 hatchbacks, the new 508 sedan, the PEUGEOT 2008 and 3008 crossovers, and the PEUGEOT 5008 MPV. The PureTech and 1.6-litre THP petrol engines, like the BlueHDi diesel, are generously equipped with Stop & Start technology. They are coupled with PEUGEOT's highly effective, robust third-gen Efficient Automatic Transmission 6 (EAT6). These advances have reduced the average weighted CO2 emissions of PEUGEOT's European range, which stood at 111.2 g/km at the end of May 2014, compared with 115.1 g/km in 2013, making the brand one of Europe's cleanest automakers and putting PSA Peugeot Citroën at the top of the CAFE ranking. PEUGEOT is continuing in its efforts to achieve the goal of 2 l/100 km by 2020 by showcasing the PEUGEOT 208 HYbrid Air 2L demonstrator at the Paris Motor Show.

17 Feb 2014

Faced with major issues around the environment and energy supply, PEUGEOT views innovation as an important lever for differentiation to position it as leader in many of the technologies for the protection of the environment, while still maintaining the level of driving enjoyment in line with the brand’s reputation. This year, PEUGEOT’s environmental commitment can be seen in the offer of three HYbrid4 models, the extension through the model range of the PureTech three-cylinder petrol engines, the introduction of BlueHDi technology on Diesel engines, the arrival of new automatic gearboxes and the wider availability of the Stop&Start system. In this way, the brand further reduced the average weighted CO2 emissions of its European range in 2013. With 115.2 g/km in 2013, against 121.6 g/km in 2012, PEUGEOT is on the European podium for the cleanest and most economical brands. In 2014, PEUGEOT continues its efforts towards the objective of 2 l/100 by 2020 for an improvement in air quality.

26 Aug 2013

In the face of current environmental and fuel economy challenges, PEUGEOT considers innovation to be a major area of differentiation and establishes itself as a leader in numerous technologies for reducing the impact on the environment. The Marque’s aim is to have a wide range of technologies available to fulfil many customer requirements in terms of performance (driving pleasure and fuel economy), use (urban, multi-purpose, inter-urban), price and geographic coverage. Therefore, the approach is varied. It relates to optimisation of the drivetrains (internal combustion, electric and hybrid), to the post-treatment of pollutant emissions and to the materials. European leader in 2012 with CO2 of 121.5g/km, in 2013 PEUGEOT is reducing the weighted average emissions of CO2 of its European range still further. At the end the May this stands at 116.3g/km. New technologies will allow it to achieve the ambitious CO2 policy target of 95g per kilometre on the weighted average of the new vehicles sold in Europe in 2020 and offer particularly economical engines with 2.0 l/100km (141mpg). BlueHDi refers to the exclusive diesel emission control technology, uniquely combining oxidation catalysis, SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) and the DPF with additive, the only one to combine reduction of NOx by up to 90%, elimination of particulates and reduction of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The HYbrid Air combines petrol and compressed air in a full hybrid solution. The simplicity, durability and international nature of this technology make it potentially available to the largest audience of consumers. The HYbrid Air is a key step in reaching the target of 2.0l/100km (141mpg). To achieve this, the non Plug-in, petrol full-hybrid PEUGEOT 208 HYbrid FE explores new technologies. This technological concept, in partnership with Total, combines driving pleasure with low CO2 emissions.

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