Peugeot is introducing new hybrid technology with MHEV 48v and we will have a strong roll out in this year with 208, 2008, 308, 3008, 5008 and 408. The Peugeot Hybrid 48V system consists of a new-generation 100hp or 136hp PureTech petrol engine, coupled to an unprecedented 6-speed electrified dual-clutch gearbox (E-DCS6) which incorporates an electric motor (21 kW). Thanks to a battery that recharges while driving, this technology offers increased low-end torque and a 15% reduction in fuel consumption (from 126g of CO2/km in 3008). In urban driving, a C-segment SUV equipped with the HYBRID system can thus operate more than 50% of the time in 100% zero-emission electric mode. It also allows you to drive in zero emission mode in urban useE-3008 Revealed in the second half of 2023,• Range will be up to 700 km, with 3 electric powertrains, including dual motor,• The E-3008 will be the first car launched with the new state of the art STLA Medium platform,• E-5008 following shortly after.Product design and technology innovation play a pivotal role in the E-Lion Project and Peugeot’s goal to be Carbon Net Zero by 2038Peugeot’s new BEV-by-design line up will be supported by Stellantis tech platforms, providing an exciting base to develop future designs.• NEW PROPORTIONS – more flexibility and freedom to reimagine the overall proportions of the vehicle• NEW PERSPECTIVES – a totally new design language• NEW SPACE – rethinking the interior space and function• NEW GESTURES – steer by wire lets us explore completely new ways to control the vehicle. This has enabled the creation of the Hypersquare and the next generation of intelligent i-COCKPIT® with a completely new HMI to be launched from 2026.The onboard experience is facilitated by STLA tech enablers.STLA-BRAIN, the nerve centre and central intelligence of the car, loaded OTASTLA-SMARTCOCKPIT, the correction to your digital life, on and-off boardSTLA-AUTODRIVE, the future of autonomous drivingCollaborations with the world’s leading pure players, such as Amazon and Foxconn ensure that new technology is always delivered in service of an amazing experience.Initiatives underway range from sourcing and supply chain strategies to the overall composition and structure of the car, down to the materials used:• Light and glass replace black and chrome,• Lightweight seats,• Recycled alloy wheels,• Focus on the use of recycled materials, including recycled alloy wheels• Global life cycle strategy when designing our next generation of products.GLOBAL LIFECYCLE: In the future, the lifetime of a BEV car will be 20 to 25 years where today, with an ICE car, it is around 15 years.This extended lifecycle is a great opportunity for designers to imagine new interactions with products during their lifetime. The 4 stages of the Lifecyle Design approach:1. Lifetime: the architecture which is designed to last 25 years, based on Stellantis platform and enablers2. Refurb: the ability to refurbish and recycle key parts, including using recycled parts (see Sustainera)3. Update: refresh key ‘wear and tear’ parts of the car (upholstery/trim) as seen in INCEPTION Concept, to make the car feel like new each time it changes hands4. On demand: regular over-the-air refresh of HMI, lighting and other software-driven components to keep the car alluring (like the annual iOS update for your iPhone).A focus on minimising weight, waste and processing leads to ground-breaking techniques as showcased by the Peugeot INCEPTION CONCEPT with the 4 ‘S’s of sustainability:1. Save weight (thinner seats, air quilted fabrics…),2. Save waste (moulded fabrics),3. Save resources (raw material finishes, no alloy, no chrome…),4. Save energy (electric efficiency).