Peugeot’s 308 is available with a plug-in hybrid option for the first time
With the price starts at more than £25,000, rising to around £40,000 for a top-spec plug-in hybrid model.
Whether a hatchback, estate or SUV, the range of hybrid electric cars combines innovative design, environmental performance and cutting-edge technologies.
- electric vehicle registrations double to more than 74,000 in the north of England as government’s drive boosts tens of thousands of green jobs and supports all regions to level up
- sales of new plug-in vehicles nationally rise by over 70% as UK continues to accelerate towards net-zero transport
- Transport Secretary meets northern leaders to expand public electric vehicle charging across the region
The compact sedan equipped with a petrol, diesel or plug-in hybrid engine with up to 37 miles electric driving range (WLTP). Along with a new Peugeot i-Cockpit® enhances the onboard experience.
The New intuitive and customisable multi-window touchscreen includes new virtual i-toggles.
By 2030, the UK expects to reach 300,000 public electric vehicle chargepoints – equivalent to almost 5 times the number of fuel pumps on our roads today.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said:
With a £2.5 billion cash injection, the UK continues to be a global front-runner in the switch to electric vehicles – helping drivers to save money on fuel while moving towards our net zero targets.
I’m pleased to be meeting with colleagues today to ensure the north of England has the support it needs for an emission-free transport future, as we clean up our air and support green jobs across the nation.
During the meeting, the Transport Secretary is expected to highlight the UK’s world-leading progress in the switch to EVs to date, with around 600 new public chargepoints installed each month and one of the most extensive networks of rapid charging in Europe.