Peugeot 408 GT Fastback – order now for early delivery

How far will the 408 GT go in electric mode only

Peugeot 408 GT Fastback – Peugeot builds interesting and beautiful cars. To add to the Australian model range, they are bringing the 408 GT Fastback here in Q3 this year.

Peugeot 408 GT Fastback PHEV 1 The 408 GT will be available in a Plug In Hybrid variant only and will be priced from $67,9990 plus the usual costs.

What will buyers get for that. Firstly, a stunning design that offers a blend of coupe, fastback, and SUV styling, that transcends boundaries of design.

Secondly a luxurious and premium interior. Its French, so it has quirks and that adds to the appeal. Plush seating that cocoons the occupants, a well laid out dash. In front of the driver is the latest generation PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®, instantly recognisable by its compact steering wheel dedicated to driving pleasure and controlled agility.

The 408 GT Fastback provides 360Nm of torque and 165kW of power from a 132kW PureTech engine combined with an 81kW electric motor, coupled with a smooth 8-speed automatic gearbox.

With a 12.4kWh capacity lithium-ion battery, there is an estimated EV only range of 60km.

Charging is easy to do overnight at home. It will take about 6 hrs. for a full charge.

Drive modes include Hybrid, Electric and Sport and you can select which suits as well as regenerative braking.

The Peugeot 408 GT Fastback PHEV is available now for order and is for discerning buyers that want something just a little bit different.

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