Electric motors for PEUGEOT vehicles
PEUGEOT's electric drives provide zero-emission, fluid and silent driving, as well as high-quality road performance.
The new PEUGEOT 208 and the new PEUGEOT 2008 SUV are available as electric versions.
Compact and responsive
The permanent-magnet electric motor offers a maximum output of 100 kW/110 hp and torque of 260 Nm for optimum driving pleasure.
The electric motor is supported by:
• An inverter: this transforms direct current into alternating current.
• A speed-reducer: this makes the rotation speed compatible with the usual speed range.
High Performance Battery
The high-voltage lithium-ion battery (400 V) is the on-board electrical energy storage device. It is located under the floor, which preserves space on board and in the boot. The battery has a capacity of 50 kWh and a maximum power of 100 kW for a range of up to 340 km WLTP (i).
The thermal regulation achieved through circulating fluid and a heat pump allows for ultra-fast charging, optimised range and an increased lifespan.
For your peace of mind, the battery has an 8-year warranty or 160,000 km for 70% of its charge capacity.
Estimated values given as an indication only, and subject to pending confirmation by the WLTP. The range may vary according to the actual conditions of use (weather conditions, driving style, etc.).
Simple and fast
The charging flap is located on the left rear wing.
Charging is complete:
• In less than 16 hours on a socket with 3.7 kW, 16 A charger***
• In 5 hours with a 22 kW Wallbox and a 11 kW* charger.
• 80% charge in 30 mins****: use of 100 kW chargers 17/12/2020
New platform adapted to electric vehicles
The new Common Modular Platform (CMP) has been developed to perfectly integrate energy-specific components without compromising on performance.
PEUGEOT 3D i-Cockpit®
The new PEUGEOT 3D i-Cockpit® with its compact steering wheel, configurable 3D digital instrument panel and its 10'' HD touchscreen is controlled via voice recognition. Mood lighting in 8 colours.
The new Drive Assist ushers in the era of semi-autonomous and intelligent driving with on-board radars and cameras.
By activating the "Brake" mode, the engine brake charges the battery during deceleration.
3 DRIVING MODES
• Sport: priority to performance and sensations.
• Normal: for daily use and maximum comfort.
• Eco: optimisation of battery life.