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Peugeot take to the Stage with their Range of Electric Vans

The Peugeot Electric Van Range is aiming to be the market leader in 2022 and with the e-Partner and e-Boxer, this aim could soon be a reality.

With more and more businesses focused on sustainability and a push towards environmentally charged solutions, Ireland can most definitely say that we are witnessing the electric revolution. This revolution is not just based around passenger vehicles, but commercial ranges too. As battery efficiency and technology advance, the shift towards electric commercial vehicles is starting to take shape. No other company has taken strides in this area like Peugeot as they now offer a range of 100% electric vans.

Peugeot's electric vans maintain all the capabilities of conventional diesel versions, but with the added benefits of zero noise, zero vibration, zero emissions and zero odour. A massive development for businesses and the public alike.

As 2022 fast approaches, Peugeot has set the goal of being number 1 on electric van sales and with a complete range of fully electric vans, this goal is very reasonable. Aiming to offer a new level of peace of mind to professionals while reducing emissions, the timing has never been better for this range. In addition to these 100% battery-electric vehicles, Peugeot will move forward with producing its first fuel cell electric van, the e-Expert Hydrogen, before the end of 2021

 

100% Electric PEUGEOT e-PARTNER:

Since its launch in 1996, the Peugeot Partner has seen over 2,000,000 units produced, supplied to more than 100 countries, highlighting the success of this brand. Winning the International Van Of The Year in 2019 for its current generation, it has been the European market leader since its launch in 2018 in the F1 segment (Vans) with steady growth in market share and the e-Partner will look to continue this trend.

 

Features :

  • A range of up to 275 km according to the WLTP cycle
  • 2 lengths (Standard and Long)
  • 2 silhouettes: van (up to 3 seats) and extended cab (up to 5 seats)
  • towing capacity up to 750 kg
  • Up to 800kg payload
  • a load volume of up to 4.4m³, the exact same as the petrol version.
  • Based on the EMP2 (Efficient Modular Platform) multi-energy platform, the Peugeot e-Partner comes with a 100% electric engine with a maximum power of 100 kW (136 bhp) and a maximum torque of 260 Nm available from start-up for immediate responsiveness, with no vibration, noise, gear shifting or odour and, of course, absolutely no CO2 emissions.

The Peugeot e-Expert and e-Expert Hydrogen:

The compact van segment makes up more than 750,000 vehicles per year in Europe, and since its launch in 2016, the Peugeot Expert has seen significant growth with more than 195,000 units of this latest generation have already been sold. In fact, the e-Expert was voted International Van Of the Year in 2021 - the 6th Peugeot vehicle to win this award since its creation in 1992.

Features:

  • a choice of 2 batteries of 50 and 75 kWh and 2 range levels offering up to 330 km in the WLTP homologation cycle
  • 3 lengths (Compact, Standard and Long)
  • a towing capacity of 1000 kg and a payload of 1275 kg
  • a loading volume identical to that of the combustion version (6.6m³).
  • Like its cousin the Peugeot e-Partner, the Peugeot e-Expert is based on the EMP2 (Efficient Modular Platform) multi-energy platform and offers a 100% electric engine with a maximum power of 100 kW (136 hp) and a maximum torque of 260 Nm available from the start.

Peugeot is also producing an electric version powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, the Peugeot e-Expert Hydrogen. Peugeot is one of the very first manufacturers to offer this type of engine and innovates with its "mid-power plug-in hydrogen fuel cell electric" system, made up of a fuel cell producing the electricity needed to propel the vehicle thanks to the hydrogen on board the tank system.

A high-voltage lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 10.5 kWh that can be recharged from the electricity grid, which also powers the electric engine during certain driving phases.

This new Peugeot e-Expert Hydrogen also has:

  • the ability to cover all distances without local CO2 emissions
  • the ability to fill up with hydrogen in 3 minutes for more than 400 km of range in the WLTP homologation cycle (undergoing approval)
  • a charging socket for the high-voltage battery
  • 2 lengths are available (Standard and Long), with the same charging volume characteristics as the diesel and battery electric versions
  • Up to 6.1m³ load volume,
  • Up to 1100 kg payload
  • Up to 1000 kg of towing capacity

The Peugeot e-Boxer:

The large van segment represents more than 550,000 vehicles per year in Europe, and the Peugeot Boxer is increasing its market share every year. Building on its commercial success over the generations, with more than 1,250,000 vehicles produced and sold in 110 countries since its launch in 1994, the Peugeot Boxer now comes in a 100% electric version.

The new electric Peugeot e-Boxer has:

  • 2 levels of range offering up to 340 km in the WLTP homologation cycle (currently undergoing homologation),
  • 2 battery capacities of 37 kWh and 70 kWh,
  • 4 lengths and 3 heights,
  • a payload of up to 1890 kg (depending on the version),
  • a loading volume identical to that of the combustion version, up to 17 m3.

To find out more about the Peugeot range of electric vans, contact our team today at 01-869 2160 go to https://www.gowanmotors.ie/contact to organise an appointment.

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