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Mercedes’ EQC, its first electric car from its EQ sub-brand, broke cover in Stockholm on 4 September. The car’s first public outing, however, will be at the Paris motor show where the Autocar team will be able to gain further detail on the Jaguar I-Pace rival.
Another large luxury SUV set for Paris – the Mercedes-Benz GLE. It’s been overhauled for its second generation (although technically it’s older, given its rebadge from its ML-badged predecessor), with a long-range plug-in hybrid variant and trick suspension.
Peugeot’s electrification push continues, with plug-in hybrid versions of its large-selling 3008 SUV, and new 508 and 508 SW (see below) D-segment offerings.
Peugeot’s saloon has been given a new fastback shape, but what about the estate? Well, that’s been given a sharp new look too, and we’ll get our first in-depth look in Paris.
Peugeot’s e-Legend concept is, predictably, an electric car. Less predictably, it’s a dramatic and simply-designed coupé, with styling paying more than a passing nod to the now 50-year-old 504 Coupé.