New Peugeot 308 Spied Hot Weather Testing In Spain

New Peugeot 308 has been caught hot weather testing in Spain in a black and white camouflage like the new C4 Picasso prototypes.

Details are limited, but the 308 replacement is believed to be called  309 when it arrives sometimes in late 2013.

New 308  range will include a five-and three door hatchbacks, a stretched Touring Wagon and finally a  308 CC hardtop convertible.

The 308 will be available with a wide range of PSA petrol and diesel engines. We may also see BMW-sourced engines as a result of the recent technology-sharing agreement. A hybrid model is also expected.

update! It looks like it will be called 308 again. Thanks Rob!


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  • RobMcSorley

     Finally something real and not speculation….5 stud wheels are a good
    sign, hopefully for Peugeots sake there is a new platform underneath
    with IRS, if money is tight the 508s would be good. I hope its not just
    a rehashed C4…

    It has been confirmed that it will be called 308 again with X01 reserved for developing countries, not 309

    • thanks Rob. Haven’t seen the official details about the name yet, but as the word is spreading around we can assume it will keep the 308 name.