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Peugeot Brings Electrification To South America With The Launch Of The e-208 GT In Brazil!

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Peugeot Brings Electrification To South America With The Launch Of The e-208 GT In Brazil!​

Electric Hatch Shows Electrification Agenda Is Moving To South America...​


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Peugeot launched its second-generation 208 to much success in Europe back in 2019. The hatchback went on to win several awards including the European Car Of The Year, one of the most coveted awards in the world. Last year, despite the ongoing pandemic, Peugeot released the 208 to the South American market. There the awards kept coming in by the 208 taking home the Best Compact Hatch by the UOL Carros Award and the Best Compact Car in the eleventh edition of CAR AWARDS BRASIL (a list which the Fiat Strada also made).

 
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Which one of the North American brands could offer something like this here? I'm hoping for importation of the new Fiat 500e and a battery electric C-segment hatchback for North America. I don't know what the production Centoventi will be, it could very well not be palatable for American tastes, just as the Fiat 500L was.
 

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In the impressive spectrum of new product under the Stellantis umbrella there must be some platform, some architecture that can underpin a new Chrysler or two. How about a hint on that for those hungry for something. It is understood that these products have been in development for years, but a hint, please. Imagine the day when the Chrysler brand announces a half dozen new and refreshed vehicles and the uproar of joy and pent up expectation that will happen. Tommorow would work for me.
 

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In the impressive spectrum of new product under the Stellantis umbrella there must be some platform, some architecture that can underpin a new Chrysler or two. How about a hint on that for those hungry for something. It is understood that these products have been in development for years, but a hint, please. Imagine the day when the Chrysler brand announces a half dozen new and refreshed vehicles and the uproar of joy and pent up expectation that will happen. Tommorow would work for me.

With gas prices on the rise... hmmmm. Remember the Chrysler 100 that never was?

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