Peugeot introduced the e-Expert electric vanNovember 8, 2019
The novelty is an electric analogue of the standard Expert van with ICE. Hence their similar appearance, with the difference that a car receives an electric port for charging.
Peugeot has electrified its Peugeot Expert van. The novelty, called e-Expert, is based on the PSP EMP2 modular platform, and its sales will begin in the second half of 2020. The brand is ready to offer customers two versions of the Electric Expert with batteries of different capacities. The first receives a battery of 50 kW / h, with which the car will be able to drive about 200 kilometers without recharging. The second is equipped with a 75 kW / h battery, with it the range of the car grows to 300 kilometers.
The company is confident that the appearance on the market of an electric version of the popular van will help the brand strengthen Expert’s position in the LCV niche. Recall that since the sale of Peugeot Expert has managed to disperse with a circulation of 170,000 copies worldwide.
From other French vans with traditional engines, the novelty differs only in the charging port, which now flaunts on the front wing of the car. Apparently, the car salon will not receive global changes either. Probably, the brand will slightly update the interior and add a few additional functions related to the new “green” power plant.
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