The Paris Motor Show is a biennial auto show held in France's capital. It is one of the most important auto shows in the world, showcasing many new production and concept car debuts.
At the last Paris Motor Show, in 2016, we shone a light on our latest SUVs with the 2008 SUV, 3008 SUV and all-new 5008 SUV taking centre stage, also showcasing the new generation Peugeot i-cockpit. Our 2017 and 2018 Dakar-winning Peugeot 3008 DKR race car also made an appearance.
For the upcoming 2018 show, taking place from 4th-14th October, we'll be focusing on our latest model the made it's debut at the Geneva Motor Show back in March - the all-new 508 Fastback, plus the all-new 508 SW.
The History of Peugeot at the Paris Motor Show
With a history dating back to 1898, the Paris Motor Show has the distinction of being the first motor show in the world. Over the years, Mondial de l’Automobile has played host to some of the most innovative new concepts in motoring, allowing car manufacturers to unveil their latest designs and technology against the backdrop of a city renowned globally for undeniable chic.
Generations of Peugeot classics have had their first public showing at the Paris Motor Show. The 308 CC and restyled 407 took centre stage in 2008, while the exceptional 508 and the 3008 HYbrid4 – the world’s first full diesel hybrid – were unveiled in 2010.
French roots give the Paris Motor Show a special meaning for Peugeot, and we jumped at the chance to showcase our exciting new concept cars and production models in 2012. We introduced the next generation of Peugeot cars: a regeneration of the innovative, exciting models which wowed previous Parisian crowds, making the 2012 Paris Motor Show one of our biggest yet.
The Paris Motor Show 2016 was all about the SUV - offering three world premieres. Our three newest SUV road models made an appearance to show off the latest in new generation technology as well as striking design both inside and out. With the 3008 SUV and the all-new 5008 SUV models being released during 2017 and 2018 respectively - the Paris Motor Show 2016 offered the first glimpse into Peugeot’s latest stylish yet practical offerings in the SUV market.
Peugeot 2008 SUV
The compact SUV, available in four trims including the Peugeot 2008 SUV GT Line, brings sharp design and forward-thinking technology designed to offer an instinctive driving experience. From city brake and park assist to a reversing camera and grip control - Peugeot’s compact SUV the Peugeot 2008 SUV makes a strong edition to the growing SUV market.
Peugeot 3008 SUV
Updated with assertive, feline features and sharp definition, the initial striking nature of the Peugeot 3008 continues when you reach the inside. Innovative technology including the newly revitalised PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® for high-tech comfort and security, offers drivers class-leading technology and style throughout the cabin. The 3008 SUV went on to win the prestigious European Car of the Year award 2017 as well as an array of other top automotive awards.
All-new Peugeot 5008 SUV
The all-new Peugeot 5008 SUV goes one step further in the SUV category – introducing a beautifully crafted 7-seater SUV into the growing and competitive market. Elegant yet dynamic, the versatile all-new Peugeot 5008 brings seven individual seats that can be folded and removed in order to provide extra space. Once removed, they offer a record 780 litres of boot space - combining style and practicality and bringing the all-new Peugeot 5008 to the forefront of car craftsmanship.
Designed to take on terrains that mirror the likes of South America, Russia, Kazakhstan and China - the Peugeot 3008 DKR was unveiled ahead of the 2017 Dakar season - and showed an extreme version of what Peugeot’s new SUVs are made of.
Peugeot 3008 DKR
Keeping in line with its aggressive form from previous models, the latest Peugeot 3008 DKR update brought new styling and updated technical aspects. As well as improved suspension cooling for better handling and performance, small aesthetic updates to the chrome detailing, grille and tail lights gave it a subtle yet effective refresh.
Other models at the Paris Motor Show 2016 included the 308 GTi by Peugeot Sport and 208 WRX, as well as new multimodal mobility products such as the Peugeot Micro e-Kick, the Peugeot eF01 and the Peugeot eU01s.