The PSA Group has confirmed that it will launch electric versions of lightweight Peugeot, Opel and Citroën delivery vans next year. But they announced also something else.
Xavier Peugeot, Head of Commercial Vehicle Division at PSA Group, announced that the company is focusing on the electrification of delivery vans. Next year, electric versions of Peugeot Expert, Citroën Jumpy and Opel Vivaro models will be available on the market, the company said in an official announcement.
The vehicles will be available in two battery versions – 50 kWh with a range of 200 kilometres and 75 kWh with a range of 300 kilometres per charge.
That’s not all. By 2021, every model in the PSA range of delivery vans is to be offered with an electric drive, including Peugeot Partner, Citroen Berlingo and Opel Combo Life.
According to Xavier Peugeot, the electrification of vans will enable the group to strengthen its position in the van market.
Le #GroupePSA lancera dès 2020 les versions 100% #électrique ⚡ de sa gamme #VUL. ➡ https://t.co/EQ1c4qQPV4 ➡ Retrouvez le message de Xavier Peugeot, Directeur de la Business Unit Véhicules Utilitaires du Groupe. 👇 @peugeot_x pic.twitter.com/Q9HRNeDts5
— Groupe PSA (@GroupePSA) October 17, 2019
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