The 308 GTi by Peugeot sport range offers two engine options: 270 hp and 250 hp. With availability varying according to country, the 308 GTi 250 is the entry-level model and features the same engine as its more powerful sibling.
It packs a 1.6L THP S&S engine that comes in two versions: 184 kW (250 hp) and 200 kW (270 hp). The Euro6 Stop&Start power plant caps CO2 emissions at just 139 g/km (6.0 L/100 km).
The 308 GTi 270 sets a new record for power-to-weight ratio in its segment, at just 4.46 kg per unit of horsepower, and does 0-100 kph in a mere 6.0 seconds, covering 1,000 metres from a standing start in 25.3 seconds.
The 308 GTi 270 is equipped with Torsen limited-slip differential technology and 19’’ Carbone 19 alloys shod with Michelin Super Sport tyres. It has 380 mm discs in the front with red PEUGEOT SPORT calipers and 268 mm counterparts in the rear.
With availability varying according to country, the 308 GTi 250 goes from 0 to 100 kph in 6.2 seconds and covers 1,000 metres from a standing start in 25.6 seconds, thanks to a power-to-weight ratio of just 4.82 kg/hp.
The 308 GTi boasts powerful, exclusive styling: it sits 11 millimetres lower to the ground with a brand-new front and rear design. The interior feels just as sporty.
The Coupe Franche separation-line design exclusive to the 308 GTi 270 contrasts the new, explosive Ultimate Red with Perla Nera Black. There are a total of six colourways available in the 308 GTi range: Ultimate Red, Magnetic Blue, Perla Nera Black, Artense Grey, Pearlescent White and Hurricane Grey.
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