The 2020 Peugeot 508 PSE is a high-performance version of the Peugeot 508 HYbrid. Revealed as a concept car during the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, the Peugeot 508 PSE is spreading its sail. Peugeot is sharing photos of development copies on the road.

The photos of the prototype of this 508 Peugeot Sport Engineered (PSE) arrive without any new information.

The plug-in hybrid engine is based on the configuration of the 3008 Hybrid4, with a 4-cylinder 200 hp petrol unit combined with two electric motors. However, the power will be 360 ​​horsepower, like the most efficient DS9 E-Tense. The 0-100 km / h will be reached in about 4.5 seconds and from 80 to 120 km / h in just 2.5 seconds.

The maximum speed is 250 km / h.

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The electric engine will develop around 310 horsepower (110 front and 200 rear), with the 11.8 kWh battery.

The electric autonomy is estimated at 50 kilometres in the WLTP cycle. The theoretical average consumption will approach 3 l / 100 km, for 49 g / km of CO2.

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