Peugeot 9×8

Asphalt 9 Peugeot 9x8

Car Information

ClassType⛽ Fuel⏱ Refill TimeIn Game
AEpic34:20 HoursUpdate 28 – 12/2022

Performance Data

Max  6⭐TopspeedAccelerationHandlingNitro
Nitro Speed: ? km/hAir Speed: ? km/hDrift Speed: ? km/h



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Upgrades & Import Parts Top SpeedAccelerationHandlingNitro

Stagecredits_small Credits x4Total credits_small
Stage 016.100 credits_small64.400 credits_small
Stage 126.300 credits_small105.200 credits_small
Stage 242.000 credits_small168.000 credits_small
Stage 363.000 credits_small252.000 credits_small
Stage 491.000 credits_small364.000 credits_small
Stage 5127.500 credits_small510.000 credits_small
Stage 6178.500 credits_small714.000 credits_small
Stage 7249.500 credits_small998.000 credits_small
Stage 8349.500 credits_small1.398.000 credits_small
Stage 9489.500 credits_small1.958.000 credits_small
Stage 10685.000 credits_small2.740.000 credits_small
Stage 11959.000 credits_small3.836.000 credits_small
Stage 121.575.000 credits_small6.300.000 credits_small
Stage 13Max19.407.600 credits_small
Import PartsAmountCredits credits_smallTotal credits_small
Common2480.000 credits_small1.920.000 credits_small
Rare20160.000 credits_small3.200.000 credits_small
Epic16480.000 credits_small7.680.000 credits_small
Upgrades19.407.600 credits_small
Total Cost:32.207.600 credits_small

Peugeot 9×8 Description

The Peugeot 9X8 is a sports prototype racing car built by French car manufacturer Peugeot for the Le Mans Hypercar category in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

On 13 November 2019, Peugeot announced its return to the WEC and the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans for 2022 in the new Hypercar category, this debut was subsequently delayed, with Peugeot stating “Team PEUGEOT TotalEnergies’ PEUGEOT 9X8 Hybrid Hypercar will not race at the 2022 24 Hours of Le Mans and will instead make its racing debut in the FIA World Endurance Championship (FIA WEC) this summer”. Instead the car made its debut at the 6 Hours of Monza on the 6th of July.

Succeeding the 905 and 908, the 9X8 was designed to take full advantage of the freedoms allowed by the new regulations for the Hypercar category. The first area to benefit from the new regulations is aerodynamics. Indeed, the latter allows the vehicle to have only one adjustable aerodynamic element without specifying what it should be, thus allowing Peugeot to do without the rear spoiler.

Regarding the engine, the 9X8 is equipped with a 680 hp (500 kW) twin-turbo 2.6L V6 mated to a 272 hp (200 kW) electric motor, all assembled in a 7-speed sequential gearbox.Peugeot explains the name “9X8” for several reasons: the 9 symbolizes the brand’s high-performance models, the X represents all-wheel drive and electric drive technologies, and the 8 corresponds to the brand’s contemporary models.

Peugeot’s on-track testing programme kicked off last December and has since visited Algarve International Circuit, Circuit Paul Ricard, MotorLand Aragón, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours, with the 9X8 clocking up more than 10,000 kilometres over the course of 25 test days. Paul Di Resta, Loïc Duval, Mikkel Jensen, Gustavo Menezes, James Rossiter and Jean-Éric Vergne were nominated to share the driving duties and form the crews of the two-car entry in 2022 6 Hours of Monza, with the composition of each trio due to be confirmed at a later stage, following the conclusion of the car’s testing programme. The two PEUGEOT 9X8s are then set to contest the remainder of the 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship, including the 2022 6 Hours of Fuji and season finale, the 2022 8 Hours of Bahrain.

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