By 2030, Peugeot will release new models that are entirely electric only. This promise is limited to new Peugeot models released in Europe only.
Both Peugeot, Linda Jackson, Says to Car News in Europe That this fits with the transition from internal combustion engines to all-electric motors at parent company Stellantis. The company will continue to maintain Peugeot models with combustion engines by 2030; Dedicated to the international market. Jackson seems to suggest that the latter is necessary from an economic perspective.
The brand is ahead of the EU timetable with a goal of introducing all-new all-electric Peugeot models in Europe by 2030. The European Commission wants the combustion engine in new cars Ban by 2035. Other Stellantis brands have similar ambitions. For example, DS, Alfa Romeo and Opel will switch completely to electric motors in 2026, 2027 and 2028, respectively.
Earlier, Stellantis said that by 2030, more than 70 percent of sales in Europe should be in low-emissions cars, either fully electric batteries or hybrid vehicles. For the United States, this percentage should be more than 40%. Eventually, all 14 Stellantes van brands will offer fully electric vehicles.
Earlier this year Stellantis announced They want to ramp up existing electrification plans. This means an investment of thirty billion euros in electricity and software that will last until 2025. Part of those plans is the introduction of four new electric vehicle platforms with a range of 500, 700 and 800 km. Stellantis also wants to invest in large battery plants. A total of five of these must be in the US and Europe; By 2025, the total capacity should reach 130 gigawatt-hours, which should double by 2030.
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