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So I've been watching videos of the 3008 on youtube before mine arrives tomorrow...getting excited and all that.

But on 1 or 2 videos, they seem to have removed one of the design cues I really liked, the lions teeth light clusters. All of the photos and 90% of review videos look fine but the odd dealer one like the one below...


Clearly show blunt teeth? Has it changed? Whats going on? I'm confused :) Please help.
 

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So I've been watching videos of the 3008 on youtube before mine arrives tomorrow...getting excited and all that.

But on 1 or 2 videos, they seem to have removed one of the design cues I really liked, the lions teeth light clusters. All of the photos and 90% of review videos look fine but the odd dealer one like the one below...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vszw8RwVdqc

Clearly show blunt teeth? Has it changed? Whats going on? I'm confused :) Please help.
I think you get the tooth claw running into the headlight on the GT line and GT models
 

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Thanks for the replies! I did not know that about the specs. I hadnt seen it mentioned anywhere in 6 months of following and ordering the car.
 

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Just having a browse through the brochure, does the GT-Line come with the same steering wheel as the GT?
 

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Just having a browse through the brochure, does the GT-Line come with the same steering wheel as the GT?
Yes it does...Mistral full grain perforated leather, except the chrome insert at the bottom of the wheel says GT Line instead of GT.
 

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Sorry, me again. Its not my fault, honest. Peugeot seem to contradict themselves constantly.

EG....

New PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® Amplify: (Standard on GT Line and GT versions)
To delight the senses further, new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV GT Line and GT versions
feature New PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® Amplify. Through the adaptation of key settings,
the following two distinctive experiences can be had on board new PEUGEOT 3008
SUV:
• 'Boost': for a more dynamic experience
• 'Relax': for a more serene experience
New PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® Amplify awakens the senses in the following ways:
• Sight: Changes to lighting in the head-up digital instrument panel and touchscreen,
dependent on ambience.
• Sound: Amplification of engine sound (through speakers) to stimulate the
experience onboard.
• Scent: Different fragrances to arouse the senses, developed in collaboration with
Scentys® and Antoine Lie, an internationally renowned perfumer. Fragrances
include:
• ‘Cosmic Cuir’: a vibrant, sensory perfume
• ‘Aerodrive’: a vivacious, stimulating perfume
• ‘Harmony Wood’: an authentic, relaxing perfume
• Touch: For the ultimate in relaxation, enjoy a multipoint driver seat massage with
five programmable modes to suit all tastes.
• In addition the 'Boost' ambience in conjunction with the Driver Sport Pack
sharpens throttle response, steering weighting and gear changes (automatic
transmission only). Dynamic data is also displayed in the Configurable 12.3" headup
digital instrument panel.​

So from that, it would suggest you get multipoint driver seat massage on the GT line. Thats taken straight from the brochure.

But from the same brochure it says the massage is optional on the GT Line.

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Sorry, me again. Its not my fault, honest. Peugeot seem to contradict themselves constantly.

EG....

New PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® Amplify: (Standard on GT Line and GT versions)
To delight the senses further, new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV GT Line and GT versions
feature New PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® Amplify. Through the adaptation of key settings,
the following two distinctive experiences can be had on board new PEUGEOT 3008
SUV:
• 'Boost': for a more dynamic experience
• 'Relax': for a more serene experience
New PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® Amplify awakens the senses in the following ways:
• Sight: Changes to lighting in the head-up digital instrument panel and touchscreen,
dependent on ambience.
• Sound: Amplification of engine sound (through speakers) to stimulate the
experience onboard.
• Scent: Different fragrances to arouse the senses, developed in collaboration with
Scentys® and Antoine Lie, an internationally renowned perfumer. Fragrances
include:
• ‘Cosmic Cuir’: a vibrant, sensory perfume
• ‘Aerodrive’: a vivacious, stimulating perfume
• ‘Harmony Wood’: an authentic, relaxing perfume
• Touch: For the ultimate in relaxation, enjoy a multipoint driver seat massage with
five programmable modes to suit all tastes.
• In addition the 'Boost' ambience in conjunction with the Driver Sport Pack
sharpens throttle response, steering weighting and gear changes (automatic
transmission only). Dynamic data is also displayed in the Configurable 12.3" headup
digital instrument panel.​

So from that, it would suggest you get multipoint driver seat massage on the GT line. Thats taken straight from the brochure.

But from the same brochure it says the massage is optional on the GT Line.

:confused::confused:
Hi Cherries fan it's certainly ambiguous how it reads but think the massage seats are an option with the electric seats option
 

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Yes Cherries, the Massage add-on is part of the 'Heated Front Seats' option.
 

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Yeah, doesnt help when they give reviewers the GT-Line but add the massage seats to it so they review it with it and say that the seats are part of the GT-Line spec.
 
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