THE PEUGEOT ELECTRIC CARS

ALL-NEW PEUGEOT 208 – With its expressive front face

Transition to zero carbon emissions with Peugeot electric cars. Our range of electric vehicles can meet all your needs: ultra-compact city car or functional commercial vehicle.
Peugeot's 100% electric vehicles combine innovative design, outstanding environmental performance and state-of-the-art technology.

Discover the benefits of Peugeot electric cars

All-new 208

Economical, easy to operate and environmentally friendly, discover the advantages of Peugeot 100% electric cars.

A new driving sensation

    

Enjoy a new level of driving comfort thanks to our quiet engines and reduced vibrations in a Peugeot electric car. What’s more, discover the joy of driving an electric car, including an easy start up and immediate engine torque that allows a clear acceleration without gear changes.

Because of their mode of operation, Peugeot electric vehicles emit no CO2. They provide a range of up to 211 miles (WLTP).

Savings realised

      

To appreciate the total cost of a vehicle, you should not just consider the purchase price, but also the cost of energy (electricity or fuel), insurance and vehicle maintenance. A Peugeot electric car makes for an average consumption gain of 40% and maintenance that is up to 30% cheaper compared to a combustion vehicle.

Furthermore, by buying an electric car, you benefit from the Government Grant scheme of £3,500.

Simple use

    

Make your life easier with an electric car thanks to fast, intuitive charging. With different charging solutions, find a charging point wherever you are, at any time.


With MyPeugeot App, you can also manage certain features of your vehicle remotely.

Discover our electric range

ALL-NEW PEUGEOT e-208  – Low shape with expressive front grille

Discover the all-new e-208, the electric city car

Discover the new city model of the Peugeot electric range.  With its striking and modern silhouette, the all-new Peugeot e-208 embodies youthfulness and the future of driving with its distinctive sporty lines. Check out the all-new i-Cockpit® 3D that provides you with a new immersive driving experience with a hologram projection of your driving information.

Electric cars: economy, charging and battery

Discover key information such as the the range of Peugeot electric cars, the life of batteries,  and also how to charge your electric vehicle.

What is the economy of a Peugeot electric car?

NEW PEUGEOT e-208 – Electric chassis


The lithium iOn batteries used in Peugeot electric cars are included in the purchase of the vehicle. They have a range that can reach 211 miles WLTP and a capacity of 140 Wh (136 hp for the e208). They last for 100,000 miles and for 70% of the battery charging capacity*, and have a reduced loss of charging capacity over time.
This guaranteed range remains valid even in the event of resale of the vehicle or the purchase of a second-hand one.

*For the e-208

Charging your Peugeot electric vehicle

Peugeot electric cars offer several ways to charge your battery that save you time. In addition, charging an electric car is convenient and easy, and can be done quickly and intuitively.

ALL-NEW PEUGEOT 208 ELECTRIC –  Rear view and public charging point

Charging from a domestic plug

The e-208 charges using a classic domestic plug in 20+ hours for a complete charge.

Charging with Wallbox

Accelerated charge at home:
Charge your e-208 more quickly and safely from a dedicated charging point which takes approximately 8 hours for a full charge. Government subsidies in the UK are available to support this*.

*Government subsidies in the UK are available to support this.  Visit https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/government-grants-for-low-emission-vehicles#electric-vehicle-homecharge-scheme to discover more. 

Charging with public charging points

You can obtain 80% of the vehicle charge in 30 minutes** from a 100kW charging station. Rapid chargers can be found at most motorway service stations and are being progressively installed across the UK.

** The charging time may vary according to the type and power of the charging station, the outside temperature at the charging point and the battery temperature.

Ecodriving tips to adopt

Ecodriving is cost-effective driving that will allow you to maximise the range of your electric car.

NOUVELLE PEUGEOT 208 – panoramic sunroof

Adopting fluid driving

To avoid higher energy consumption, tailor your driving to avoid jerks, frequent and high acceleration, as well as braking.
On motorways, reduce your speed to a minimum because high speeds quickly lower the range of your car.

All-new Peugeot 208

Using Brake mode

Instead of continuously using the brake pedal, use the engine braking system, which allows energy to be regenerated and therefore charges the battery, during the braking and decelerating.

All-new 208 - Driving Experience

Using "eco" mode

Electric cars are equipped with an "eco" mode that saves energy by reasonably reducing engine power. This mode is preferred in the city because we need less power than on the motorway.

NEW PEUGEOT 208 - PEUGEOT ADML PROXIMITY

Using the preconditioning

When your vehicle is charged, take advantage to precondition the battery to limit the energy of the heating or cooling systems when driving. Heating or cooling the car during the charge does not make use of the current range

All-new Peugeot 208 tyres

Maintaining the tyres

It is essential to maintain your tyres regardless of your car’s engine type. Besides representing safety, electric cars are concerned with reducing energy consumption, which is liable to increase with unsuitable or poorly inflated tyres.

Adopting fluid driving
Using Brake mode
Using "eco" mode
Using the preconditioning
Maintaining the tyres

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

The fuel consumption you achieve, and CO2  produced, in real world conditions will depend upon a number of factors: including the accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. There is a new test (WLTP*) used to measure fuel consumption and CO figures. The fuel consumption figures shown in this advert are calculated under the WLTP test.

The CO2  figures shown are NEDC equivalent (NEDCeq), calculated using EC correlation tool which converts WLTP figures to NEDC figures, however, these NEDCeq figures are based on the outgoing test cycle (NEDC**) and will be used to calculate tax for first registration. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; you should only compare fuel consumption and CO figures with other vehicles tested using the same technical standard.

*WLTP - Worldwide harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure. **NEDC - New European Driving Cycle. Information correct at time of going to print.