The day you knew would come is finally here. After introducing all the updated Stellantis, passenger versions are now being gradually introduced and today it’s the turn of the Peugeot e-Traveller. We got to know the 2020 e-Traveller as the electric commuter version of the Peugeot Expert. This is still relatively new, but of course the e-traveller also benefits from many innovations.
The Peugeot e-Traveller gets a new nose, just like the Expert. Where the ‘grille’ used to be, everything is now closed off and we only see three extensions towards the center from the headlights. It also features the latest Peugeot logo, and the e-Traveller also has a new front bumper. Inside, which unfortunately we have yet to see, just as with the Peugeot e-Rifter, you are treated to new digital instrumentation and a new 10-inch infotainment system.
On a technical level, it remains largely the same, except for the driving ranges. The electric motor could remain at 136 hp, as can the 50 and 75 kWh battery packs. The second now offers a slightly longer driving range: 350 km instead of 330 km. Remarkably, the range with the 50 kWh battery actually decreases slightly. That was 230 km. Charging times are comparable to what they were before: The 50 kWh battery pack can charge from 5 to 80 percent full in about 38 minutes, while the 75 kWh battery pack takes 45 minutes. AC charging is optional at 11 kW, standard at 7.4 kW.
The Peugeot e-Traveller has returned to the market as a five- and nine-seater. The former has up to 3,000 liters of luggage space, and the nine-seater version still has 1,500 liters of space remaining. Dutch market information and prices will follow.
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