The first Peugeot or Citroen to be rebadged as a Dodge or Chrysler has been something we've been waiting for. 

After Stellantis was created, uniting Fiat Chrysler with so many European businesses, it was undoubtedly predicted. 

But as of yet, nothing similar has occurred. This could be in part because none of the cars in its present lineup were designed with prospective U.S. entrance in mind. 

However, since both nameplates merged, the new Peugeot 408 has been developed and was just unveiled.

Will this new Peugeot be sold in the U.S.? Could the next Dodge Charger then be rebadged as this new 408? perhaps the brand-new Chrysler 300?

Stellantis hasn't confirmed if the brand-new Peugeot will arrive in the country, but we believe there are several reasons why it will.

First, Peugeot, a French automaker, has never before produced a crossover. 

It is an outlier, which means that compared to earlier items, the market and plans have altered. 

Remember that in France, automobiles continue to outsell SUVs and crossovers. 

Peugeot may have continued with an architecture more akin to a vehicle and yet come out on top.

The SUV of choice for the company is the 3008. Thus, it has already covered a portion of it. 

This new fastback design is wholly original, and if you squint, it could remind you of the Mustang Mach-E.

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