PEUGEOT Plug-in Hybrid Car Range
PEUGEOT Plug-in Hybrid Car Range
Plug-in Hybrid Cars

Discover a new way to drive thanks to PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRID cars.

Switch to full electric mode in an instant and drive up to 60 km WLTP*. Our range of plug-in HYBRID cars meet all your needs by combining an innovative design, environmental performance and state-of-the-art technology without making any compromises.

*The electric range achieved  (50 / 60 km min / max) in real world conditions will depend upon a number of factors including, but not limited to: the accessories fitted (pre and post registration); the starting charge of the battery; variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. The WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure) is used to measure fuel consumption, electric range and CO2 figures.





Discover the new PEUGEOT 308 GT PHEV plug-in hybrid

Arriving 2022, the intense, decidedly high-end appeal captivates you with its strength of character and dynamism. You can count on the driving comfort and innovative technologies of the new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®.

PEUGEOT Plug-In Hybrid Car Range | PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4

Discover the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4 plug-in hybrid

With its ingenious versatility, transform the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4 to suit your needs and head out on adventure. Featuring four-wheel-drive for enhanced vehicle control on all types of terrain.



New PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID Technology | Lithium-ION Battery

Lithium-iOn Battery

PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid cars have a Lithium-iOn battery, included in the purchase of the vehicle. The battery life of a hybrid car in 100% electric mode can reach 59km WLTP. The high voltage battery is located under the rear seats.

For plug-in hybrid vehicles, there is an "e-SAVE" function allowing the driver to provide a reserve of electrical energy. This reserve allows the driver to use it at will during his journey and in particular to travel in areas with restricted access.

New PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID Technology | Plug-in Hybrid Engine


A plug-in hybrid car is a vehicle combining an internal combusion engine, one or even two electric motors and a battery.

PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid vehicles are fitted with the new electrified 8-speed automatic transmission, the e-EAT8.

The PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4 is 4-wheel drive.


Discover the experience of driving in both worlds: electric and petrol. PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRID cars come with up to four exclusive driving modes* to provide you with complete satisfaction.

Energy recovery when braking and decelerating is available for all driving modes**.

* Modes cannot be used together
** On average 90% of the energy from braking is recovered and stored in the battery

PEUGEOT Plug-In Hybrid Cars | Electric Driving Mode


This is the “default” mode for PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRID cars*. Benefit from ELECTRIC mode to drive using full electric power. Enjoy all the advantages of an electric car, such as quiet driving**, and environmentally friendly operation with no CO2 emissions.

*Full-electric driving is available in all these modes, depending on the battery's charge level and type of driving.

**All HYBRID versions feature AVAS (Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System) as standard. This generates a sound when travelling at low speed, audible outside the vehicle for pedestrian safety.

PEUGEOT Plug-In Hybrid Cars | Hybrid Driving Mode


The HYBRID mode allows you to drive in either electric mode or petrol mode based on the driving style you adopt and the type of road you take. By choosing this driving mode, you allow the vehicle maximum freedom to select which driving mode is used. Use this driving mode to enjoy the advantages of both the electric and petrol engines, such as optimising electric power use.

PEUGEOT Plug-In Hybrid Cars | Sport Driving Mode

SPORT mode

Take full advantage of the engine torque provided by plug-in HYBRID cars. SPORT mode allows you to combine the power of both engines to get the most out of your plug-in HYBRID car. The PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4 can reach a maximum combined power of 300 hp.

PEUGEOT Plug-In Hybrid Cars | 4WD Driving Mode

4WD mode

Exclusive to the PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4 is the  possibility to switch to all-wheel drive mode. This is possible thanks to the two electric engines; one  engine at the front and a second engine at the rear.





SPORT mode


4WD mode




Recover energy in PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRID cars while braking and decelerating with the engine braking system. Thanks to regenerative braking, your HYBRID car's battery will be partially recharged and your vehicle's range increased.


The plug-in HYBRID's engine reduces CO2 emissions to a level of 28 / 39 g/km (min / max) (WLTP). In full electric mode, no CO2 is emitted while driving.


The average consumption of a hybrid car is 1.2 / 1.7 L / 100km (min / max) (WLTP, for 3008 SUV HYBRID4), which represents an average gain of 40% compared to an internal combustion version.


PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRID vehicles have been designed for easy and practical recharging. The charging flap is located on the vehicle’s left rear left wing*. Once your car is charged, you can store your charging cable in a place specifically set aside under the floor of the boot.

When charging your plug-in HYBRID vehicle, a series of coloured lights will indicate the charging progress. Vehicle charge time will depend on the maximum power available from the electricity source, capped at the power of the On Board Charger** if this is lower.

 To have full all-electric driving capacity, PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRID vehicles offer you various charging solutions.

*Symmetrical with the fuel flap
**On board charger power – standard 8A, 200 V, optional 7.4kW.

New PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID | Charging at Home or Work


Recharge your plug-in HYBRID car at home or at your workplace.

  • Domestic outlet: This charging solution is available to everyone. To charge your rechargeable hybrid car,
    simply plug it into a conventional wall outlet. The full charge of your battery will be done in around 7 hours.
  • Wallbox*: Gain power and charging speed. Recover your full autonomy in a few hours thanks to a charging power of up to 22kW. With a specific cable and a 7.4kW on-board charger, recharging can be done in around 3h30m.

*Available as an accessory

New PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID | Public Charging Station


A wide network of more than 500 public charging stations* and rapidly growing is available throughout New Zealand to recharge your hybrid vehicle.

For more information about public charging points found across NZ, visit

*The charging time may vary according to the type and power of the charging station, the outside temperature at the charging point and the battery temperature.



To avoid increased energy consumption, tailor your driving to avoid jerking, as well as frequent and rapid acceleration and braking. On motorways, reduce your speed to a minimum since high speeds quickly reduce the range of your HYBRID vehicle.


Instead of continuously using the brake pedal, use the engine braking system, which generates energy and charges the battery when braking and decelerating.


While your vehicle is charging, take advantage of pre-conditioning to limit the energy used by the heating or cooling systems when you begin driving. Heating or cooling the car while charging doesn’t reduce its range.


It is essential to look after your tyres regardless of your car’s engine type. Plug-in HYBRID cars reduce energy consumption, but unsuitable or poorly inflated tyres greatly increase it.


Plug-in HYBRID car or electric car: which to choose?

It really comes down to what best suits your needs and driving habits, as well as your access to charging. 

If you're used to driving long distances on a regular basis, a HYBRID vehicle is likely the best choice as you can cover long distances in the HYBRID mode, without needing to stop to recharge, as you might need to in an electric vehicle.

How does a plug-in HYBRID car work?

PEUGEOT plug-in HYBRID cars combine the advantages of a petrol engine car and an electric car within the same vehicle.

A HYBRID car uses two power sources: a petrol engine, and one or two electric motors with a battery and external charging port. The difference between a full HYBRID car and a plug-in HYBRID car is that the latter has to be plugged in to recharge the battery, but has an official electric or ‘zero emission’ range figure.  Plug-in HYBRIDs can also travel significantly further in electric mode that full HYBRIDs and the electric mode can be driver selected – so you can adapt your driving mode based on the type of road you take.

Do plug-in HYBRID vehicles emit less CO2 than vehicles with petrol engines?

Thanks to its battery, a plug-in HYBRID car can drive up to 59 km* in electric mode, with no CO2 exhaust emissions. In order to optimise CO2 emissions, choose driving in full electric mode for daily urban driving. This means you’ll need to charge your HYBRID vehicle’s battery regularly in order to use the electric motor.

By using certain ecodriving techniques during trips in HYBRID mode, you can optimise the driving range of your car in electric mode and thus reduce CO2 emissions.

*In electric mode, the PEUGEOT 3008 SUV HYBRID4 has a range of between 56 km and 59 km depending on the options fitted in the car. Range may vary depending on the actual conditions of use (weather conditions, driving style etc.)

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