All-New Peugeot E-5008 Crossover Hints At 2026 Jeep® Compass

New Electric Model Will Share Architecture With Upcoming Compact Jeep...

Peugeot recently pulled the covers off of its all-new E-5008 crossover, an important part to the French brand’s new electric portfolio. Moreover, it provides a tantalizing preview of what’s to come with the next-generation 2026 Jeep® Compass, which will share its foundation with the E-5008 on the STLA Medium architecture.

2025 Peugeot E-5008 GT eAWD. (Peugeot).

Performance and Efficiency –

At the heart of the E-5008’s prowess lies its electric powertrain, offering an unrivaled range of up to 410 miles (660 km) on a single charge. The E-5008 boasts various powertrain options, including a 320 horsepower dual e-motor eAWD setup, ensuring dynamic performance across most terrains.

Powered by a 400-volt lithium-ion high-voltage battery, this SUV promises efficient energy utilization and rapid charging capabilities. With a Mode 4 plug accepting power up to 160 kW, drivers can recharge from 20% to 80% in just 30 minutes, providing unparalleled convenience and peace of mind on the road.

2025 Peugeot E-5008 GT eAWD. (Peugeot).

Spacious and Versatile Interior – 

Using a similar formula to the Jeep Compass-based Commander in South America, the E-5008 can accommodate up to seven passengers. With a wheelbase of 2.90 meters (approximately 114 inches), this crossover offers generous legroom for all occupants, ensuring a pleasurable journey for long distances. A new innovative Easy Access system facilitates effortless entry to the third row.

With a range of seating configurations and a trunk volume of up to 1,815 liters (approximately 64 cubic feet), the E-5008 adapts effortlessly to accommodate passengers and cargo, making it the perfect size crossover for most families.

2025 Peugeot E-5008 GT eAWD. (Peugeot).

Technology and Connectivity – 

The E-5008 boasts a host of cutting-edge technology features, including the Panoramic i-Cockpit® and a range of connected services. The 21-inch floating screen puts essential information at the driver’s fingertips, while the PEUGEOT i-Connect® system provides seamless integration with smartphones and navigation systems. Additionally, the E-5008 introduces ChatGPT, enabling natural language interaction between occupants and the vehicle, further enhancing the driving experience.

2025 Peugeot E-5008 GT eAWD. (Peugeot).

Design and Manufacturing – 

With a focus on sustainability, the E-5008 incorporates over 500 kg (1,102 lbs) of green materials throughout its construction, including recycled plastics and eco-friendly metals. Designed and manufactured in France, the E-5008 represents Peugeot’s commitment to reducing environmental impact and supporting local economies. 

2025 Peugeot E-5008 GT eAWD. (Peugeot).

A Glimpse at the Future Jeep® Compass – 

The Peugeot E-5008’s seven-seat arrangement and STLA Medium architecture provide insight into the upcoming 2026 Jeep Compass. Drawing inspiration from Peugeot’s innovative design and electrification efforts, the next-generation Compass is expected to offer similar spaciousness, efficiency, and advanced technology.

The announcement of a $1.32 billion CDN investment in the Brampton Assembly Plant signifies Jeep’s commitment to producing cutting-edge vehicles on the STLA Medium platform. This investment will enable the plant to retool and update its facilities, ensuring the seamless production of the next-generation Compass and positioning it as a leader in the utility market.

Rumors surrounding the next-generation Compass, have the compact SUV having both an internal combustion engine (ICE) and battery-electric (BEV) powertrains.

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Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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