The driving range of PEUGEOT vehicles allows you to cover both short and long distances. In order to ensure a trouble-free experience, you can find useful information here: our advice on how to optimise your driving range, our calculation tool and the best practices to adopt.
Electric vehicle range
Electric vehicles with a standard 50 kWh battery have a range of:
In order to guarantee you the best experience with your electric vehicle, we have made these simulators available, with the aim of presenting you with the range values that are closest to your actual use.
SIMULATE THE RANGE OF YOUR e-208
SIMULATE THE RANGE OF YOUR e-2008
SIMULATE THE RANGE OF YOUR e-RIFTER
SIMULATE THE RANGE OF YOUR e-TRAVELLER
FACTORS AFFECTING THE RANGE OF YOUR VEHICLE
As with an internal combustion engine vehicle, these factors can affect the range of an electric vehicle:
Driving with loads on the roof or with an open window increases wind resistance and therefore fuel consumption. A high load weight will also have an impact on range.
Smooth and eco-friendly driving will allow you to maximise your range.
Heating and air conditioning can be responsible for 10-30% of your battery consumption.
When driving uphill, your consumption is increased and impacts your range. On a downhill run, the regenerative braking system gives you more range.
DO YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS ABOUT ELECTRIC VEHICLES?