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Peugeot 508 Plug-In Hybrid Range

Discover the all-new PEUGEOT 508 PLUG-IN HYBRID. Offering a powerful and efficient driving experience with four driving modes.

The all-new PEUGEOT 508 PLUG-IN HYBRID has exclusive hybrid exterior and interior detailing.


Versatility and a new driving experience in all-electric mode:

  • Up to 39 miles range (WLTP) in electric-mode^
  • A smooth drive with no jolts
  • Sharp acceleration thanks to instant engine torque
  • Silent operation

^ Full MPG, C02 and electric range legals can be found at the bottom of this page. 


Multiple savings in use:

  • Average fuel consumption savings of 40%^
  • Zero exhaust emissions (CO2 and NOx) when driving in electric mode
  • 8-year/100,000 mile warranty for the traction battery to maintain at least 70% capacity

^ Full MPG, C02 and electric range legals can be found at the bottom of this page. 


Easy to use to make your life easier:

  • Accelerated charging in less than 4 hours with the standard 3.7kW on board charger, or less than 2 hours with the cost option 7.4kW on board charger
  • Real-time information on your trip
  • E-Remote control with MYPEUGEOT® app*

*Remote control for charging status, preconditioning, driving statistics, etc.


The interior of the all-new PEUGEOT 508 GT PLUG-IN HYBRID features a Nappa Mistral full grain leather interior.


To help with accessing restricted circulation zones, a cyan LED at the top of the windscreen – visible from outside – lights up when the all-new 508 PLUG-IN HYBRID is in electric mode.


The special dichroic HYBRID badges on the saloon's rear and sides show that it is part of the PLUG-IN HYBRID universe.


To produce the maximum combined power*, PLUG-IN HYBRID technology brings together:

  • A 132kW/180hp PureTech petrol engine
  • An 80kW/110hp electric motor
  • The new e-EAT8 8-speed electric automatic gearbox

*165kW/225hp driving


  • The battery's 100% electric range is 39 miles WLTP^
  • Its capacity is 11.8kWh.
  • The high-voltage battery is installed under the rear seats, without affecting the car's spaciousness or boot volume.
  • The e-SAVE function lets the driver set an electric energy reserve*, to be used when desired during the trip. For instance, this function means you can keep an electric energy reserve for an upcoming restricted low emission zone.

*The reserve can set aside power for 6 miles, 12 miles or the entire battery.

^ Full MPG, C02 and electric range legals can be found at the bottom of this page. 


  • Electric: All-electric up to 84 mph*
  • Sport: uses all the power of the electric and internal combustion engines for maximum performance.
  • Hybrid: switches from electric to internal combustion to optimise the use of these power sources.
  • Comfort: allies the HYBRID mode and the comfort of the controlled suspension**.

Full-electric driving is available in all these modes, depending on the battery's charge level and type of driving.

*Electric mode is selected by default when starting the car
**Only available with the variable damping (AMVAR). Standard, optional, or not available depending on the version

The charging flap is on the car's left rear left wing*.

The charging cable is easy to stow away in a specific space under the boot floor.

 To have the full driving capacity in all-electric mode (33 miles WLTP^ / 40 miles NEDC^) and enjoy the fuel consumption savings of a plug-in hybrid, the battery must be fully charged.

*Symmetrical with the fuel flap

^ Full MPG, C02 and electric range legals can be found at the bottom of this page. 

The charging flap provides a courtesy light, information on the charging status, and locking of the cable into the vehicle when the vehicle is locked.

The battery charging time depends on the power of the charging point and of the charger*.

*On board charger power – standard 3.7kW, optional 7.4kW.


You will need to buy an accessory cable if you wish to charge from a domestic socket, as we do not recommend this as a daily charging solution.

  • 0 - 100%: 5 hours charge time at 2.3kW


Charging from a Type 2 (Mode 3) dedicated electric vehicle charging point is the recommended way to charge your vehicle on a daily basis.  This cable is provided as standard with the vehicle.

  • 0-100%: less than 4 hours charge time @ 3.7kW with the standard on board charger
  • 0-100%: less than 2 hours charge time @ 7.4kW with the optional upgrade on board charger


The majority of public charging points in the UK are Type 2 sockets, which will charge your vehicle at the accelerated charge times listed, depending on the power of the charging point and your on board charger.

For more information about public charging points found across the UK, visit

Discover a universe fully dedicated to PLUG-IN HYBRIDS*.

You can display specific information in the driver's field of vision on the configurable head-up display, especially:

  • The driving mode**
  • The electric range
  • The fuel-powered range
  • The powermeter***

*Settings are accessed via a specific easy-to-access push-button
**There are 4 driving modes: Electric, Sport, Hybrid, Comfort

***Power use indicator: ECO, SPORT, CHARGE

The 10" capacitive HD touchscreen lets you get to the parameter setting functions and driving information of the all-new PEUGEOT 508 plug-in Hybrid:

  • The energy flows showing the hybrid system at work
  • Fuel and electric consumption statistics
  • Setting battery parameters
  • Activating the e-Save function
  • Locating charging points and remaining range in electric mode*

*Via navigation

MPG, Co2 & Electric Range Legal Statement

^The fuel consumption or electric range you achieve, and CO2 produced, in real world conditions will depend upon a number of factors: including the accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. There is a new test (WLTP*) for fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures. However, the CO2 figures shown are NEDC equivalent, calculated using EC correlation tool which converts WLTP figures to NEDCeq** figures and will be used to calculate tax for first registration. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; you should only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range with other vehicles tested using the same technical standard. The all-new 508 HYBRID is a plug-in hybrid vehicle requiring mains electricity for charging. The figures displayed for this vehicle were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel. Information correct at time of issue.

*WLTP - Worldwide harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure. **NEDCeq - New European Driving Cycle.