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New PEUGEOT E-3008 offers 326-mile range

The PEUGEOT E-3008, with a new ‘fastback SUV’ body style, is now on sale, and it has a 73kWh battery rather than the 50kWh or 54kWh battery that’s normally been found in Stellantis EVs to date. This gives it a longer range of up to 326 miles (WLTP).

The E-3008 also has an ultra-rapid charge rate of up to 160kW, when a 20% to 80% charge should take 20 minutes, or 62 miles of range could be added in 10 minutes.

The E-3008 comes as standard with an 11kW three-phase onboard charger. Using a 7.4kW charger at home the battery can be charged from 20% to 100% in 8 hours.

An electric motor produces 210hp of power and 343Nm of torque.

The new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit has a customisable virtual ‘i-Toggle’ display, and a new compact steering wheel which you look over to view the standard 21-inch high-definition panoramic curved display, which ‘appears to float’. Ambient LED lighting can be customised in eight different colours and adapts to different drive modes (Eco, Normal and Sport). There are also three levels of regenerative braking.

The PEUGEOT E-3008 is available in two trim levels, Allure (£45,850) and GT (£49,650).

The diamond-cut alloy wheels are either 19-inch or 20-inch in size. If you want heated front seats and steering wheel, or the ultra-thin PEUGEOT PIXEL LED headlights, then you’ll need to opt for the GT model.

By 2025, PEUGEOT will offer a complete EV line-up, and by 2030, 100% of the brand’s sales in Europe will be electric.