The all-electric PEUGEOT e-Traveller has two body lengths, up to eight seats, and a driving range of up to 143 miles (WLTP) from its 50kWh battery. It will be sold in Europe in the second half of 2020.
Available in Active or Allure trim, the e-Traveller can meet different needs thanks to its changeable seat layout, with sliding and removable capabilities allowing interior space to be maximised.
The PEUGEOT e-Traveller is also available in the UK in two lengths, Standard (4.95m) and Long (5.30m). The height of 1.90m guarantees access to most car parks.
The e-Traveller can carry up to eight people with 1,500 litres of boot volume, up to five people with 3,000 litres, or two people with 4,900 litres of space due to its removable seats in row two and three.
The batteries are located under the floor so there’s no impact on the boot volume or the number of seats inside the vehicle compared with the internal combustion versions. The towing capacity is also preserved with the possibility of towing a load of up to 1000kg.
The e-Traveller features Grip Control, a drive system that adapts to any terrain. The driver can select the traction modes of Snow, All-Travel, Sand or ESC off.
There are three driving modes from the mode selector:
• Eco (60 kW, 180 Nm): for optimising range
• Normal (80 kW, 210 Nm): for everyday use
• Power (100 kW, 260 Nm): for optimal performance
Two types of on-board chargers are available, a 7.4 kW single-phase charger as standard, or an 11 kW three-phase charger (available as an option).
Charging times are:
• From a standard domestic socket: 31 hours
• From a 7.4 kW charge point: 7 hours 30 minutes
• From an 11 kW charge point: 5 hours
• From a public rapid charger: 100 kW chargers allow 80% charge in 30 minutes.