Peugeot unveiled today the new 308 GT and 308 Sportwagon GT. As the name suggest, the two new models represent the sporty side of the European Car of the Year.
On the outside, the hatchback and the station wagon support the same changes: the front end has the lion in the grille and headlights made up of elements containing 62 LEDs.  The black lacquered rear view mirrors merge with the tinted windows. The sporty look is rounded by Diamant 18 inch alloy wheels, with Michelin Pilot Sport 3 tyres.
At the back, the car comes with lacquered black diffuser and decorative twin tail pipes. The GT signature is integrated in the grill, the tailgate and the front wheel panels. All these details are complemented by a new exterior colour, the Magnetic Blue, a color historically reserved for French competition vehicles.  The ride was lowered by 7mm at the front and 10mm at the rear.
Inside, the passengers will find perforated leather trim, GT badge, and an instrument panel with a new checkered flag motif on the background.
Under the hood we have two Euro 6 engines. Four-cylinder 1.6-litre THP 205 Stop & Start engine is specified with a 6-speed manual gearbox to use the 285Nm of torque, available between 1,750 and 4,500rpm.
Even so the CO2 emissions and fuel consumption start from just 130g/km and 5.6 l/100km (50.4mpg). The 4-cylinder 2.0-litre BlueHDi 180 offers a high level of performance. It delivers its maximum power of 180hp at 3750rpm and its maximum torque of 400Nm at 2000rpm. This is also the most frugal engine, with an average consumption of just 4/liters 100 km.