The Peugeot 308 is a car that matured vastly during its transition from the previous to current generation, and with that came a host of styling changes, both outside and inside. With that much effort put into making such a well-rounded product, it's no surprised that these leaked photos of the facelift has very little to add to the already impressive 308.
If these photos are official, the changes in detail we can pick up are few and far between. The standard redesigned front bumper adds a touch of aggression with a slightly sharper front grille that's reminiscent of the 208 GTi.
On the inside, there are hardly any changes either- but once again, the current generation 308 has a fairly impressive interior as it is. There's still a centrally mounted touch screen entertainment system that's seamlessly integrated into the dashboard and a range of controls below.
Judging from some of the photos of specifications, there should also be an increase in safety systems (as evidenced by this photo of a blind spot monitoring system). In any case, we'll be seeing the real model when it's unveiled at Frankfurt in September. For now, you can read our quick review of the Peugeot 308 THP in its current form here, and read about its launch here.