Peugeot adds a pickup to its portfolio – the 2021 Landtrek
The new model offers versatility, different body shapes, off-road and overtaking capabilities, ease of repair, reliability, robustness, advanced modularity.
The Peugeot Landtrek provides a choice of
- 2.4 L 210-hp turbocharged petrol (gasoline) and 19.L 150-hp diesel engines,
- manual or automatic gearbox with 6 speeds,
- chassis cab, single cab or double cab bodywork,
- more than 40 customized accessories,
- Workhouse or Multipurpose versions,
- 4×4 and 4×2 drive variants.
The pickup covered 2 mln km (1.24 mln miles) in all-terrain and all-weather tests. It is suitable for all roads and uses.
Size: 5.33 m (17.5 ft) long for a double cab and 5.39 m (17.7. ft) for a single cab, all 1.92 m (6.3 ft) wide.
Payload: 1000-1200 kg (2,205-2,646 lb).
The cargo box can accommodate two euro pallets in Double Cab and three euro pallets in Single Cab versions.
The Landtrek rides on aluminum wheels with all-terrain Mud and Snow tires. The vehicle is fitted with a homogeneous spare wheel and numerous protective features.
The ground clearance is min. 214 mm (0.7 ft) for 16-inch wheels or up to 235 mm (0.77 ft) for 17/18-inch wheels.
Safety functions include Hill Descent Control, ASR (enhanced traction), Trailer Swing Control, Lane Departure Warning, 1-4 cameras.
Peugeot hopes its new pickup truck will enhance the brand. The 2021 Landtrek will be launched in late 2020, at first in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa. Europe is not included in the scope of marketing for the present.