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Learn more about PEUGEOT's hybrid and electric range of vehicles.
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PEUGEOT Hybrid and Electric Range

PEUGEOT Hybrid and Electric Range

If you're thinking of making the switch to an electric or hybrid PEUGEOT, there's never been a better time.

With a wide range of vehicles to choose from, get ready to experience the future, today.


PEUGEOT electric and plug-in hybrid driving range

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 on how to optimise your driving range and the best practices to adopt, in this article.

Did you know?

- 2/3 of motorists drive less than 30 miles per day, on average.

- You will likely only need to do one full charge per week. That's based on 30 miles X 5 working days, or 150 miles.

- With between 148 to 217 miles of range, the PEUGEOT electric range is flexible to your requirements.


Electric vehicle range

Electric vehicles with a standard 50 kWh battery have a range of:

- Up to 217 miles WLTP (PEUGEOT e-208)

- Up to 205 miles WLTP (PEUGEOT e-2008)

- Up to 172 miles WLTP (PEUGEOT e-Rifter)

- Up to 148 miles WLTP (PEUGEOT e-Traveller)

Advice on optimising range

Power indicator

Your energy consumption is shown in real time on your dashboard to better manage your vehicle's range.

Eco-drive mode

Eco-driving mode allows you to maximise your car's range.

Regenerative braking

When you release the accelerator, the electric motor acts as a generator, slows the vehicle down, and charges the battery.

e-Remote control

From your smartphone, set the pre-heating of your passenger compartment for your comfort. You can launch the charge remotely and monitor its progress through the MYPEUGEOT app.


Factors affecting the range of your vehicle

As with an internal combustion engine vehicle, these factors can affect the range of an electric vehicle:

Load transported

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.

Driving style

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.


PEUGEOT charging electric and plug-in hybrids

Nothing could be easier than charging your electric or plug-in hybrid car with PEUGEOT.

Combine home charging and public charging to make everyday life easier, whether you use a domestic socket, Wallbox, or rapid public charging station. Take advantage of a vast network of more than 250,000 charging stations in Europe, including more than 43,000 in the UK. Discover the future of mobility now with PEUGEOT.


Private charging

PEUGEOT recommends daily charging to benefit from all the advantages of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

- Charging at your house

- Charging at an apartment building

- Charging at work

Whether you're at home or at work, with or without a specialist installation, you can charge your electric or plug-in hybrid car. In houses, apartments or at work, our charging solutions can be adapted to suit you. The charging time of your electric or plug-in hybrid car will be optimised based on the charging system chosen.


The various private charging sockets

Domestic socket

A cable can be purchased as an accessory if you wish to use this method, although it is not our recommendation for everyday charging. PEUGEOT recommend that you have any socket you plan to charge your vehicle from fully checked and authorised for suitability by a certified electrician.


Using a Wallbox saves you significant charging time, meaning you can recover your entire driving range in just a few hours. Charging from a Type 2 (Mode 3) dedicated electric vehicle charging Wallbox is PEUGEOT's recommended way to charge your vehicle. The cable needed for this type of charging is included with your vehicle.


Public charging

PEUGEOT offers you a free 6-month subscription bp pulse, the UK's largest public charging network. When you create a bp pulse account, simply add your PEUGEOT electric vehicle VIN number ad the 'offer code'.

- 22kW (AC) charging station

- 50kW (DC) charging station

- 100kW (DC) charging station


E-remote controls

Check the real-time range of your electric vehicle as well as its connection status directly via the MYPEUGEOT app. Activate charging remotely whenever you want and monitor its progress. You can also programme the best time for charging. For greater peace of mind, receive a notification as soon as the battery is full or charging stops. This service is provided to you by PEUGEOT free of charge.


PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid technology

The advantages of the 100% electric mode of plug-in hybrids - 'the five zeros':

1. Zero noise

2. Zero gear change

3. Zero vibration

4. Zero CO2 emissions

5. Zero fuel smell

How do plug-in hybrid vehicles work?

EMP2 Platform

The new EMP2 Common Modular Platform (CMP) has been developed in order to perfectly integrate the specific components of each energy, without compromising on performance.

Plug-in Hybrid Engine

Combination of an electric motor and petrol engine.

Optimal and imperceptible transitions

To alternate between electric and combustion engines, the torque converter of the combustion engine versions is replaced by a wet multi-place clutch to provide 60Nm more torque and more responsiveness.

Electrified rear axle

On the HYBRID4 version, the multi-link rear axle is equipped with a 110 hp/83 kW electric motor to provide 4-wheel drive, without impacting passenger space.

Petrol combustion engine

The 1.6 PureTech engine has been adapted, with an alternator-starter and a specific cooling front panel. It produces 180 hp on HYBRID and 200 hp on HYBRID4.

New electric automatic gearbox

The PureTech engine is paired with the new 8-speed e-EAT8 automatic gearbox. Combined with the gearbox, an electric motor produces 110 hp/81 kW on the front axle.


Plug-in hybrid vehicle battery

Lithium-ion Type

The high-voltage battery is of the Lithium-ion type (300V) and is located under the rear seats on both HYBRID and HYBRID4 (4-wheel drive) versions. The battery has a capacity of between 11.8 kWh and 13.2 kWh.

The battery comes with an 8-year or 100,000-mile warranty for 70% of its capacity.

In order to optimise CO2 consumption as much as possible, choose 100% electric driving for your daily urban journeys. Electric travel can reach 83 mph before the internal combustion engine takes over.

Charge your vehicle every day so that you can enjoy 100% electric mode at all times!


Enriched driving for renewed pleasure

New brake function

The driver can choose to activate a new brake function that allows the vehicle to decelerate without applying the brake pedal. It also allows the battery to be recharged, such as when travelling downhill.

In drive mode, a single rearward pull on the automatic gearbox selector activates brake mode.

Four driving modes:

Electric: default mode, make the most of all the benefits of an electric vehicle.

Hybrid: allows you to drive both on electric and internal combustion engines, depending on your driving style and the type of road you are driving on.

Sport: enjoy maximum engine torque performance with the combination of both energies.

Comfort: combines hybrid mode with the comfort of active suspension to ensure better road grip, while maintaining optimum comfort.

New e-SAVE function

With the e-SAVE function, the driver can set aside a reserve of electrical energy to be used when desired. This function can keep a reserve of electrical energy in anticipation of a restricted traffic area.

Accessible from the e-SAVE menu on the touchscreen, simply select 'Zero Emission' mode on the driving mode selector for 100% electric driving.

PEUGEOT i-Cockpit

The PEUGEOT i-Cockpit incorporates driving information in the driver's field of vision. It is fully customisable and configurable.

A power meter to the right of the digital instrument panel is made up of three zones:

1. ECO for energy-efficient driving

2. POWER for more dynamic driving

3. CHARGE for energy recovery phases

There are two gauges on either side of the instrument panel: one for fuel, the other for electric. The available range, in miles, is indicated below these gauges.

e-EAT8 Gearbox

The PureTech engine is paired with the new 8-speed e-EAT8 automatic gearbox. Combined with the gearbox, an electric motor produces 100 hp/80 kW on the front axle.


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