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Going Electric Nov 19


Peugeot will launch a fully electric version of its EXPERT van, the e-EXPERT in the second half of 2020It will be available with either a 50kWh or 75kWh battery, the e-EXPERT has a WLTP-approved zero-emissions range of 124 miles or 186 miles, depending on battery choice.

The e-EXPERT shares identical loadspace volume to the internal combustion versions of the EXPERT van

The e-EXPERT will join the fully electric e-Boxer van, e-2008 SUV and e-208, alongside a growing range of plug-in hybrid models

Two levels of range (124 miles and 186 miles WLTP), will allow customers to select a vehicle which suits their daily driving needs with the majority of professionals commuting less than 186 miles a day Users will be able to choose between two battery sizes:

50 kWh, for a range of 124 miles (WLTP),
75 kWh, for a range of 186 miles (WLTP).

Citroën C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid

The new Citroen C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid is the first step in Citroën’s electrification offensive. 2020 will see Citroën transition to an extended range, which will be enhanced by 100% electric and plug-in hybrid models.

Starting with New C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid, all new models launched by the French marque will feature an electrified version, a proof of Citroën’s commitment to a responsible energy transition for the mass market, offering models inspired by customers’ needs tailored to as many people as possible, for each segment and in each market

All the comfort and fluidity of electric driving with instantly available torque of 320Nm coupled with the consistent acceleration associated with the ë-EAT8 electrified automatic gearbox.

With a combined power of 225hp,180hp petrol engine, 80kW electric motor, offering a range of up to 31 miles / 50kmi in electric mode, CO2 emissions of 39g/km and consumption of 166 mpg (WLTP cycle) the new C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid offers high-flying dynamic performance for enhanced driving pleasure.

First deliveries of New C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid will take place in the middle of 2020 With prices in the UK starting from £35,340


With the first purely electrically powered model for the premium mid-range, the Fifth-generation BMW eDrive will be introduced for the first time in the BMW iX3 in 2020 and will also be used in the BMW iNEXT and the BMW i4 due in 2021Advanced battery cell technology enables sporty performance and a range of around 370 miles in the BMW i4.

BMW Group's first purely electrically powered model for the premium mid-range combines driving dynamics, sporty and elegant design, premium quality and the spacious comfort and functionality of a four-door Gran Coupé with locally emissions-free mobility. This heralds a new era of driving pleasure.

The company currently has the biggest range of all-electric and plug-in hybrid models within the competitive field. By 2023, the BMW Group will have 25 models with electrified drive in its program. With a model portfolio that includes efficient combustion engines as well as modern plug-in hybrid and purely electric drive.

The Fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology is optimised for dynamics, efficiency and range.The drive technology of the BMW i4 sets new standards in terms of power density, efficiency and range in locally emissions-free driving. The electric motor, power electronics, charging unit and high-voltage battery have been entirely newly developed. Together they form the BMW eDrive technology of the fifth generation, with which the BMW Group has made further significant advancements in the field of electrified drive. From 2020 onwards, fifth- generation BMW eDrive technology will be introduced first in the BMW iX3.

The electric motor developed for the BMW i4 delivers a maximum output of around 390 kW/530 hp, reaching the level of a V8 engine in current BMW models fitted with a combustion engine. Its spontaneous power delivery gives the BMW i4 outstanding performance characteristics and exceptionally high efficiency.

The fifth generation of BMW eDrive also includes a newly designed high-voltage battery featuring the latest battery cell technology. The design of the high-voltage battery developed for the BMW i4 is characterised by its extremely flat design and optimised energy density. With a weight of some 550 kilograms, it has an energy content of around 80 kWh. This gives the BMW i4 a range of approximately 370 miles.

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31st of January 2020