This car paper model is a Peugeot 508, created by Le Club Peugeot Japan. The scale of the paper car is in 1:34. The Peugeot 508 is a large family car launched in 2010 by French automaker Peugeot. It replaces the Peugeot 407 as well as the larger Peugeot 607, for which no more direct replacement is scheduled. It shares its platform and most engine options with the second-generation Citroën C5: the two cars are produced alongside one another at the company’s Rennes Plant, and in Wuhan, China for sales inside China.
The 508 sedan is 4.79 m (189 in) long, while the 508 SW (station wagon) is 4.81 m (189 in) long. Compared to the Peugeot 407 the 508 has a shorter front overhang and a longer rear passenger compartment.
After a few initial leaked spyshots the first definitive details and images leaked to the web on 12 July 2010. Peugeot released additional information on 6 September 2010. The 508 was officially launched at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.
PSA Peugeot Citroën will build the 508 in China in partnership with Dongfeng Motor, and plans to sell 65,000 units locally in 2012. It was launched there on 10 August 2011.
It is reported Peugeot expects China to be the largest market for the car, at almost twice of what is expected to be sold in France. It will be the first time for the company to sell more in a country other than France for a model that is available in Europe.
Peugeot has equipped the European-market 508 with its HDI common-rail diesel engines. The 1.6-litre HDI 112 can be fitted with the e-HDI ‘micro hybrid’ system, including an electronically-controlled automatic gearbox, which reduces fuel consumption to 67.2 mpg (4.20 L/100 km; 56.0 mpg) with CO2 emissions of 109 g/km. Though this matches the Volkswagen Passat Bluemotion, it features a slightly larger fuel tank which allows it to cover a slightly longer range of 1017 miles.
At least two e-hdi engines are available in 2011 and 2012. The first engines had emission of 114 g/km. The later model reduces emissions to 109 g/km. A modified air intake is the cause.
The 508 range will also include PSA’s HYbrid4 diesel-electric hybrid powertrain, which will reduce fuel consumption further, to 74.3 mpg (3.80 L/100 km; 61.9 mpg) with CO2 emissions of 99 g/km.
The top GT version comes with a 201 bhp (150 kW; 204 PS), 2.2-litre turbodiesel engine which generates 338 lb·ft (458 N·m) of torque. It comes mated solely to a six-speed torque converter automatic gearbox which offers manual shifts via paddles or a central selector.
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