Peugeot Electric Range

Transition to zero carbon emissions with Peugeot electric cars. Our range of electric vehicles can meet all your needs: ultra-compact city car or functional commercial vehicle.
Peugeot's 100% electric vehicles combine innovative design, outstanding environmental performance and state-of-the-art technology.

​A New Driving Sensation

Enjoy a new level of driving comfort thanks to our quiet engines and reduced vibrations in a PEUGEOT electric car. What’s more, discover the joy of driving an electric car, including an easy start up and immediate engine torque that allows a clear acceleration without gear changes.

Because of their mode of operation, PEUGEOT electric vehicles emit no harmful CO2 or NOx gases, as well as providing a range of up to 217 miles (WLTP) with the all-new e-208.

Savings Realised

To appreciate the total cost of a vehicle, you should not just consider the purchase price, but also the cost of energy (electricity or fuel), insurance, and vehicle maintenance. A Peugeot electric car makes for an average consumption gain of 40% and maintenance that is up to 30% cheaper compared to a combustion vehicle.

Simple use

Make your life easier with an electric car thanks to fast, intuitive charging. With different charging solutions, find a charging point wherever you are, at any time.

With MyPeugeot App, you can also manage certain features of your vehicle remotely.

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Which vehicles in your range are electrified?

Peugeot have made a strong commitment to electrify every model in our range by 2023! We do not have any stand-alone electric vehicles: with Peugeot, you choose your model, then your powertrain. So all our cars and vans will have powertrain choices from petrol, diesel, and 100% electric or plug-in hybrid. This means you never have to compromise your size or style of vehicle to get a zero-emission capable vehicle.

So far they have announced the launches of several vehicles available for customer deliveries in early 2020. These are; the full electric PEUGEOT e-208, PEUGEOT e-2008 SUV, and plug-in hybrid PEUGEOT 3008 SUV, PEUGEOT 508 & PEUGEOT 508 SW.

Peugeot have demonstrated their commitment to electrifying its models to a 100% LCV range by 2021. This is shown with their latest release the Peugeot e-EXPERT.

What if electric isn’t right for me?

The Peugeot strategy is to offer customer choice: it’s all about what is the right vehicle solution depending on an individual driver's needs and usage cycle. So we offer a choice of petrol, diesel, hybrid and electrified option on the same car. This means that you don’t have to compromise on the size or style of vehicle you want in order to be more environmentally focused, and can select the powertrain which works best for you.

While they are committed to bringing electric vehicles to the mainstream, they continue to invest in research and development of all different types of fuel sources, so we can be sure to always have the best solutions available to meet your needs.

Aren’t batteries expensive to replace?

As Peugeot understand that customers are worried about the costs of batteries – so that’s why they provide an exceptionally long traction battery warranty! For the first 8 years or 100,000 miles your battery will be covered by a manufacturer’s warranty, subject to their standard T&Cs, such as having your vehicle serviced at the right time. The warranty stays with the vehicle – so is fully transferable to a new owner, therefore also helping with the resale value and confidence a second owner can have in the vehicle.

The costs of batteries has also decreased very significantly over the past 8 years, and will continue to do so. This is partly due to reducing costs of raw materials as electric vehicles become more popular and volume increases, but also because ‘second life’ uses of batteries mean they don’t just need to be recycled (at cost to the manufacturer) but can be re-purposed for uses such energy storage.

How can I get a charge-point?

Peugeot's charging partner is Pod Point, so they can assist with installing a chargepoint at your home. They are fully approved under the government Homecharge scheme, so if you have off-street parking, you can usually benefit from grant funding of £500 towards the cost of this. For more details, visit: