The full electric PEUGEOT e-Traveller is perfect for family fun and leisure activities.
Up to 148 miles^
of range (WLTP)
A new driving experience
Full electric delivering new driving sensations:
^ WLTP cycle. Battery life may vary with real driving conditions (weather, driving style, etc.).
*Take care when driving as other road users may not be accustomed to electric vehicles. PEUGEOT e-Traveller is fitted with an acoustic vehicle alerting system
CO2 emitted in driving phase
Enjoy greatly reduced motoring costs:
*For further information visit https://www.gov.uk/plug-in-car-van-grants
recover 80% of the vehicle charge from a 100kW charging station† *
It's the new way to travel
The full electric e-Traveller offers :
*The vehicle will rapid charge at a rate of up to 100kW, depending on the power of the rapid charging station used and will take longer to charge at a lower power. Rapid charging stations are available across the UK at various locations and their power rating varies, typically from 50kW and sometimes up to 350kW. For further information on public charging stations across the UK, please visit www.zap-map.com
The PEUGEOT e-Traveller range adapts to your requirements thanks to its 2 lengths (Standard and Long). Its modular configuration can accommodate up to 8 people with 1,500litres of boot volume; up to 5 people with 3,000litres of boot volume; or 4,900litres due to its removable seats in rows 2 and 3.
A STRONG CHARACTER
The distinctive grille on the e-Traveller, adorned with a dichroic Lion emblem, clearly positions it alongside PEUGEOT’s latest electric models. The charging port cover has been positioned at the front, on the driver’s side, for practical recharging. The rear of the vehicle also sports the dichroic Lion emblem with its green and blue reflections, alongside the specific “e-Traveller” badge.You’ll love the e-Traveller’s agility as getting around and parking in town is easy, and it has the freedom to drive in emission restriction zones.And with a height of under 1.9 metres, you’ll have no trouble accessing multi-storey car parks.
DRIVING IN COMFORT
The PEUGEOT e-Traveller’s head-up display panel with its 3.5” colour display matrix provides essential driving information such as the driving range status and power meter (charge/eco/power*) in real time.
On the colour touchscreen you can easily access the entire electric universe through a shortcut and you can clearly visualise the flow of electricity. The “e-Toggle” button offers immediate access to the electric automatic transmission controls. You can also choose between three driving modes: ECO, NORMAL, and POWER**. The electric parking brake is standard across the range and operates automatically, therefore making it very easy to use.
There’s a wealth of safety driving functions according to version which include Dead angle monitoring system; Automatic Sidelights activation; Speed and requirement sign recognition, Extended road sign recognition; Automatic emergency braking; Collision risk warning; Driver attention warning; Lane departure warning. Speed controller/limiter and Hill Start Assist.
The 100kW motor (136bhp) provides instant acceleration with its immediate engine torque of 260Nm in Power mode, as well as the pleasure of flexible, dynamic, and silent driving*.
*Take care when driving as other road users may not be accustomed to electric vehicles. New PEUGEOT e-Traveller is fitted with an acoustic vehicle alerting system which operates at speeds below 18mph.
High Capacity Battery
The PEUGEOT e-Traveller contains a high capacity high voltage 50kWh battery, ingeniously installed to maximise space in the passenger compartment and boot. It has a range of up to 148 miles WLTP*, with zero CO2 emissions on the road in driving phase.
The electric car battery has an 8 year warranty or 100,000 miles for 70% of its charge capacity**.
* WLTP cycle.
** Battery life may vary with real driving conditions (weather, driving style, etc.).
Range and battery charge of the PEUGEOT e-Traveller lets you travel up to 148 miles according to the WLTP* (Worldwide harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedures) certification protocol. The WLTP protocol gives users a more precise and realistic vision ofrange values according to actual use of the vehicle.
At 70mph constant speed, the range of a full electric vehicle is halved compared to WLTP.
Range difference can vary up to 35 % between spring and winter. Pre-conditioning your car when plugged-in is one of the most efficient levers to increase your range and limit the impact of heating or cooling.
Eco-driving is enhanced with electric vehicles : smooth accelerations and use of regenerative braking can save up to 15% of your range.
A number of charging solutions are available to help you make the most of the new PEUGEOT e-Traveller’s 148 miles (WLTP) of range. Two types of on-board chargers are available, for all customer uses and charging solutions, a 7.4 kW single-phase charger as standard and an 11 kW three-phase charger as an option.
Quick and Easy Charging
A number of charging solutions are available to help you make the most of the PEUGEOT e-Traveller’s range of up to 148 miles (WLTP†)
Accelerated charge at home with a Wallbox
You can fully charge your new e-Traveller quickly and safely from a dedicated charging point which takes approximately 7.5 hours (7.4 kW Single-phase) for a full charge. Government subsidies in the UK are available to support this*.
Charging from a domestic plug
The e-Traveller charges using a classic domestic plug in 24 hours for a complete charge. A cable must be purchased as an accessory to facilitate this activity.
Rapid recharging at a public terminal
You can obtain 80% of the vehicle charge in 30-45 minutes** from a 100kW charging station - ideal for long or unexpected journeys. Rapid chargers can be found at most motorway service stations and are being progressively installed across the UK.
**The vehicle will rapid charge at a rate of up to 100kW, depending on the power of the rapid charging station used and will take longer to charge at a lower power. Rapid charging stations are available across the UK at various locations and their power rating varies, typically from 50kW and sometimes up to 350kW. For further information on public charging stations across the UK, please visit www.zap-map.com