The electrification of Peugeot's utility vans soon will be completed as the third model enters the market.

Peugeot officially announced the next generation all-electric small van, the Peugeot e-Partner, which will join the mid-size van Peugeot e-Expert and large van Peugeot e-Boxer later this year.

The specs of the e-Partner are the same as in the case of other PSA's brands: Citroen e-Berlingo van, Vauxhall Combo-e, and rebadged Toyota Proace City Electric.

There is a 50 kWh battery for up to 171 miles (275 km) of range, 100 kW electric motor, 7.4 kW single-phase or 11 kW three-phase on-board charger and up to 100 kW DC fast charging capability.

Peugeot e-Partner charging
Peugeot e-Partner charging

The vehicle itself will be available in two lengths (Standard and Long), and two silhouettes, Vans (up to 3 seats) and Deep Cabins (up to 5 seats). The payload is up to 800 kg, loading volume of up to 4.4m³ and a towing capacity up to 750 kg.

Customer deliveries of the Peugeot e-Partner in Europe should start later this year. In the UK, it will be available in November 2021.

Gallery: Peugeot e-Partner

Peugeot e-Partner specs:

  • up to 171 miles (275 km) of WLTP range (preliminary)
  • 50 kWh battery (216 cells and 18 modules)
  • two lengths (Standard: 4.40 m and Long: 4.75 m) and with four body configurations
    2 silhouettes, Vans (up to 3 seats) and Deep Cabins (up to 5 seats)
  • payload of up to 800 kg depending on version
  • up to 4.4 m3 of cargo volume
  • towing option of up to 750 kg
  • 0-100 km/h in 11.2 seconds
  • top speed of 130 km/h (81 mph)
  • front-wheel drive
  • 100 kW and 260 Nm electric motor
  • on-board charger: single-phase 7.4 kW (7h 30 min) or three-phase 11 kW (5h)
  • DC fast charging (by 80% SOC) in about 30 minutes using 100 kW charger
  • battery warranty (at least 70% of nominal capacity): eight-year/160,000 km (100,000 miles)
  • Based on the EMP2 (Efficient Modular Platform) multi-energy modular platform