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Peugeot reveals electric eight-seat e-Traveller

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Peugeot is adding a fully-electric version of the Traveller people carrier to its line-up, which will be available in later in the year.

With seating for up to eight, the e-Traveller is suited to a range of fleet applications including taxi, shuttle bus, chauffer and company car. 

It provides a range of 143 miles from its 50kWh battery.

Two body lengths are available, with various seating configurations to meet a range of requirements.

Based on the popular Peugeot Expert van, the e-Traveller is sold in Standard (4.95m) or Long (5.3m) variants.

It can carry up to eight people with 1,500 litres of boot volume, up to five people with 3,000 litres or 4,900 litres due to its removable seats in row two and three.

There are numerous interior storage compartments distributed throughout the passenger compartment which provide up to 74 litres in total.

The batteries are located under the floor so there is no impact on the boot volume or the number of seats inside the vehicle compared with the internal combustion versions. Equally, the towing capacity is preserved with the possibility of towing a load of up to 1000kg.

Charging from 0-80% can be carried out in 30 minutes using the fastest chargers, or up to 31 hours on the three-pin socket.

The e-Traveller has a maximum speed of 80mph and can accelerate from 0-62mph in 13.1 seconds.

It is available with a number of advanced driver assistance systems, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

Other equipement highlights include connected TomTom navigation, cabin pre-conditioning and a head-up display.

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