Peugeot wants to electrify its entire van range by 2021
The e-EXPERT will be available in two versions capable of driving for 200 km and 300 km on a single charge
Peugeot has announced the new e-expert, as it continues its plan to electrify its entire range of vans by 2021. The Peugeot e-expert is further confirmation of Peugeot leadership in the light commercial vehicle market.
Custom versions of the van will also allow drivers to choose their own configuration providing emissions-free driving. As the majority of professionals drive less than 300 km a day, an electric version of the Peugeot expert is available with two battery sizes:
- 50 kWh, for a range of 200 kilometres
- 75 kWh, for a range of 300 kilometres
The Peugeot e-EXPERT muscular styling has remained same as the internal combustion versions and offers the same load capacities. The latest electrified vehicle from Peugeot will be launched globally in the second half of 2020 and will continue the success of the Peugeot EXPERT which has sold more than 170,000 units since its launch in 2016.
The e-EXPERT will join the Peugeot’s robust line-up of light commercial vehicles which includes the petrol-powered Expert van, the Boxer and the recently launch Peugeot Partner which was named ‘2019 International Van of the Year’ and was introduced to the GCC earlier this year priced from $12,779.
The electrified Peugeot range, now consists of the e-EXPERT, Partner Electric, Boxer Electric, e 208, e 2008, 3008 and 508 HYBRID and HYBRID 4.