Peugeot e-208 interior
Peugeot e-208 interior looks cool and is mostly well made, but some plastics feel a bit cheap and the black trim scratches easily.
The Peugeot e-208 interior is pretty much identical to that in the standard 208 – so it has a really interesting design. The two-tier, concave dash is striking, plus there are quirky features such as a flip-down smartphone ledge and touch-sensitive buttons for the infotainment and heated seat controls (if fitted) that help make the e-208 feel a bit more upmarket inside.
It’s made with quality materials, too. Well, mostly. There are some cheap-feeling plastics around the cabin and that piano black plastic scratches pretty easily.
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A 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system lies at the centre of it all as standard, which includes DAB radio and Bluetooth, but more importantly Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. An option (or standard on GT models) is a 10-inch version of the same system which also includes a built-in sat-nav.
In both cases, the screen is high resolution and the menus fairly easy to navigate with e-208-specific energy info included, although the small on-screen buttons can be hard to hit confidently while driving.
There’s no knocking Peugeot’s new 3D digital dials, though. They’re standard from Allure trim and projected onto different layers to give a three-dimensional effect and look superb, but importantly also display key information clearly and are customisable so you can choose what you want to see. The e-208’s dials differ slightly from the standard car’s, display energy, range and charge info.