60 Years of History
A gearbox, the first component to leave the machining plant in 1962 was followed a year later by metal forging, molding, and the use of specific tools to create raw parts intended to produce engines. It was in 1971 that the Usine Terminale was born with the assembly of the Peugeot 304 and Peugeot 204 with parts coming from Sochaux. The Peugeot 104 was the first car entirely produced on site and is now celebrating its 50-year anniversary.
Made to specialise in entry-level vehicles, the Usine Terminale of Mulhouse underwent a complete transformation in 2017 to become more flexible and versatile. Now, the plant is dedicated to middle to high-end vehicles such as the Peugeot 508 or All-New Peugeot 308 saloon and hatchback models, and soon the New 408. A rate of 60 vehicles/hour by two and a half teams offer all these models in internal combustion or hybrid options.
The Mulhouse site is the cradle of the Peugeot brand’s sporting vehicles: 333,000 Peugeot 205 GTi units and the birthplace of the PSE label with the Peugeot 508 PSE. Even the mechanical site is used to produce the rear axels of the PSE versions.