Peugeot is investing a lot of time and energy into their electric fleet through the new E-Lion project, aiming to reveal 5 new pure electric Peugeot cars based on existing and new designs by 2025. With these big changes coming over the next few years, along with the government’s commitment to ban new petrol and diesel cars in 2030, there is no better time to take you through everything you need to know about Peugeot electric cars.
Peugeot electric cars can cover all your requirements, from short to long distances, and from ultra-compact cars all the way up to functional light commercial vehicles. Peugeot has made focused efforts to consider the design of their electric vehicles to be based around you. The average driver travels less than 30 miles per day and because of this, every Peugeot EV will cover your needs.
At 1 charge per week, any Peugeot can accommodate your commutes, with ranges existing from 148-225 miles. Additionally, the battery itself comes with an 8-year or 100,000-mile warranty and can charge from 0-80% in only 30 minutes. The design of electric Peugeot cars makes a conscious effort to provide you with zero noise, zero gear changes, zero engine vibrations and zero driving emissions.
Supportive features are also found throughout every electric vehicle, including power indicators on the dashboard to show your energy consumption, regenerative braking modes to further charge the battery, and ‘ECO’ driving mode which maximises driving range.
The Peugeot electric cars fleet is ever-expanding and so far, there is a wide array of options to suit your needs. Check out the list below:
Peugeot e-208. Offering up to 225 miles of electric range, this electric hatchback has never faltered in its performance or popularity. You can find more on the Peugeot e-208 in the section below.
Peugeot e-2008. A powerful and sporty SUV with an electric range of up to 214 miles, the Peugeot e-2008 enjoys a 3D i-Cockpit and a bunch of features that will make it hard to resist.
Peugeot e-Rifter. This electric 7-seater does everything you need and more with its muscular and robust styling, high-tech interior and plentiful room. The e-Rifter also boasts an electric range of 172 miles!
Peugeot Traveller. This multi-purpose vehicle comes with a strong personality and is fully equipped for large families with a boot volume of up to 4,900 litres. The Traveller also offers a range of up to 148 miles.
Peugeot e-Partner. Featuring a bespoke dashboard, 4.4m3 of load area, and a range of up to 171 miles, the e-Partner is perfect for transporting your work or hobbies with ease.
Peugeot e-Expert. With a huge range of engine and aesthetic customisation options, the e-Expert is perfect if you are looking for a long-range Peugeot electric van. With a 75kwh battery, you gain an official range of 205 miles.
Peugeot e-Boxer. Those looking for an electric hauler, look no further than the Peugeot e-Boxer. Versions range across two battery sizes and three body lengths, there will be something to suit any need with a range of up to 154 miles.
A recent arrival into the Peugeot fleet includes the plug-in hybrid Peugeot 408, which our video can be found below covering all its amazing features. Additionally, the fully electric Peugeot e-308and the Peugeot e-408are right around the corner and will definitely make the Peugeot electric fleet shine even more.
The Peugeot e-208 shines as the most popular Peugeot electric car, and for good reason. Its simplicity is an easy stepping stone for any regular driver to adapt to electric motoring. It has won multiple awards including the ‘Best Electric Car’ by Autocar due to its ability to consistently stay on top of the electric hatchback market. The fame of the e-208 also derives from its invitingly premium interior, great range, affordability and unflinching desirability.
Cheapest Hatchback. It’s no surprise that the award-winning Peugeot e-208 finds its place as the cheapest Peugeot electric hatchback. New models start at just under £21,000.
Cheapest SUV. The most affordable Peugeot electric SUV is undoubtedly the Peugeot e-2008, starting at just under £25,000 and bringing an abundance of features.
Cheapest Van. The Peugeot e-Expert maintains a low price while meeting all the requirements of a busy van and more. Prices start at just over £25,000.