Peugeot Commits To Five New Plug-In Electric Models By 2021
At the recent Paris Motor Show, Peugeot boss Jean-Philippe Imparato announced that the automaker will have at least five plug-in vehicles on the market by 2021.
Those five vehicles include three plug-in hybrids and two pure electrics.
The PHEVs are the:
While the BEVs are:
Those vehicles run the gamut from small subcomapct cars up to midsize SUVs, so Puegeot will have a plug-in to suit most buyers.
“This arrangement is largely dedicated by the cars’ two respective platforms, with the larger EMP2 able to accommodate plug-in hybrids while the smaller CMP architecture allows for all-electric.”
“Imparato added that the 3008 plug-in hybrid would offer 60km of electric range.”
Peugeot says that its first of the five plug-in will reach the market by 2019.
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