Peugeot introduces five new electric vehicles by 2025, including the new 3008
peugeot launched electrification and sustainability plans, including five new electric vehicles by 2025 and improved mild hybrid technology.
Every model in the French marque’s lineup will be electrified this year, and by 2025, every model will have an electric option. Peugeot will stop selling cars powered by internal combustion engines in Europe from 2030.
New EVs coming in the next two years, at least in the European market, will be revealed before that E-308 and E-308 SW wagonas well as E-408, E-3008 and E-5008.
The E-3008 will be launched in the second half of 2023 and will have a range of up to 700 km, with a choice of three powertrains including a dual-motor four-wheel drive option.
It will be the first vehicle to launch on the STLA Medium platform, which parent company Stellantis previously confirmed There will be electric motors with capacities ranging from 125kW to 330kW.
The E-3008 will be followed by the E-5008 shortly thereafter, suggesting that the next-generation models will reflect the relationship of the current models; the 5008 is a longer, boxier version of 3008 with third row seats.
The E-308 and E-308 SW will use a new electric motor with a capacity of 115kW and a WLTP range of more than 400km, as well as an average energy consumption of 12.7kWh/100km.
Peugeot has released a trailer for its new generation EV, taking cues from Beginning concept revealed in January.
These include the signature three-claw headlights, new proportions and geometric styling that give the models what Peugeot describes as a ‘cat pose’.
The teaser image is heavily stylized but appears to depict four passenger cars and three SUVs.
Peugeot’s upcoming EVs will also feature the next generation of the brand’s i-Cockpit, with a new human-machine interface. It is set to launch in 2026.
The brand also says it’s addressing customers’ growing cost of living by rolling out package payments and monthly pay-as-you-go to reduce barriers to vehicle ownership. electricity.
In addition to the new EVs, Peugeot is introducing a new 48V mild hybrid system that combines a 74kW or 101kW PureTech petrol engine with a 21kW electric motor and a six-speed electrified dual-clutch transmission.
The company claims the mild-hybrid system increases low-end torque and reduces fuel consumption by 15%, with a mid-size crossover using this system capable of operating more than 50% of the time in idle mode. zero emissions in urban driving.
The brand has committed to achieving net zero carbon by 2038 and aims to achieve it by addressing its sourcing and supply chain.
It is looking at the materials it uses in its vehicles, not only increasing the use of recycled materials such as alloy wheels, but also using lightweight seats and reducing the amount of chromium.
Peugeot is also looking at the life cycle of its cars, suggesting that buyers can refurbish trim and interior details after purchasing the vehicle.
In Australia, Peugeot has confirmed that the first EV introduced to the market will be a commercial vehicle and has hinted that it will be followed by e-208 and e-2008.
While Peugeot has clearly outlined plans for a quick transition to an electric brand in Europe, it has yet to detail its plans for markets such as Australia, Africa and Latin America, where The rate of absorption of electric vehicles is slower.