Peugeot Electric Vehicles

Peugeot is part of the French automotive company, PSA Group which include CITROËN, the luxury vehicle brand DS, and the mobility service provider Free2Move. The PSA Group’s electric vehicle strategy built on an all-electric Common Modular Platform (CMP) in partnership with Dongfeng Motors. The CMP aims for a driving range of up to 280mi / 450km and ultra fast charging up to 7.5mi / 12km of driving per minute of charging. Peugeot aims to introduce 4 EV’s and 7 PHEV’s from 2019. The Common Modular Platform (CMP) consists of the following elements: 50kWh Lithium-ion battery Weight 300kg Electric Motor 115hp Range 280mi / 48km (NEDC) 7kW Onboard Charger Charge 7.5 miles per minute Fast Charge 80% in 30 minutes Level 2 Charge 62 miles in 90 minutes and fully charge in 8 hours Top Speed 93mph / 149km/h

Peugeot Commercial EV Models

Peugeot Electric Car Strategy in the news

2020 Week 23 Peugeot e-Traveller to take on Mercedes EQV

Peugeot this week launched its answer to the Mercedes EQV electric MPV. The Peugeot e-Traveller seven-seater is one of a few pure electric MPVs to compete with the Mercedes EQV in the segment. The e-Traveller, albeit underpowered compared to the EQV, fills a gap in the market for tour operators and corporates that wish to go electric in its people carrying fleets.

The Peugeot e-Traveller is available in two range options and three chassis lengths. The long-range e-Traveller, with a 75kWh battery, can travel 330km (205 miles) as measured on the WLTP testing cycle, while the smaller 50kWh battery option delivers 230km (143miles). The chassis comes in a Compact (4,609mm), Standard (4,959mm), or a Long (5,306mm ) variant. Customers can choose between a VIP or two or three sliding benches, which provide seating options from five to nine people. The VIP model has only four independent seats facing each other in a lounge style.

The e-Traveller electric shuttle has no shortage of privacy with its over-tinted (70% opacity) and extra-tined (90% opacity) windows. The VIP Business model trim (6 or 7 seats) offers three-zone air conditioning and a concealable blackout glass roof. The Combispace trim (5 to 8 seats) for families provides flexibility with its removable and sliding seats. The second row has aviation screens. The rear window can be opened if the tailgate can’t.

The Peugeot e-Traveller is equipped with a reinforced drive system with Grip Control, for traveling off the beaten track. The traction mode on the dashboard can set the Grip Control traction mode for snow, all-terrain, ESP, or sand. Information is integrated and shared in the Peugeot e-Traveller through a central screen. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto protocols can connect with the MPV through ts MirrorScreen Compatibility.

It is fantastic that we are allowed more choice in the different segments, and not be limited to a few electric vehicles, which sometimes would not have been our first choice if more options existed, boding well for EV adoption. No pricing or an exact sales date is available yet for the Peugeot e-Traveller, which will be available before the end of 2020.

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Week 35 2017 Peugeot EV line-up revealed

PSA announced that it would add the DS3, Peugeot 208 and 2008 as its first electric vehicles since the iON in 2010. Battery electric versions of the DS3 Crossback and Peugeot 208 built on PSA’s Common Modular Platform (CMP) is to enter the market in 2019, followed by the Peugeot 2008 in 2020. The announcement is in line with the French Group’s strategy to bring one pure EV to market every year starting 2019, with an eventual goal to have 7 PHEVs and 4 BEVs by 2023. The plug-in hybrid range of seven models by 2023 will be based on its EMP2 platform and include the DS 7 Crossback, Peugeot 5008, and Citroen C5 Aircross.


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