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Peugeot presents its new electric transporter E-Boxer. With the fully electric model, companies retain unrestricted access to city centers and benefit from low maintenance costs. The Peugeot E-Boxer is available with two battery variants, the larger one reaches a range of up to 340 kilometers to WLTP. The new Peugeot E-Boxer comes in the fourth quarter 2020 on the European market. The model is produced in the Italian plant in Cal di Sangro. Thanks to four lengths, three heights, multiple body forms and a wide range of driver assistance systems, the transporter can be configured exactly to the corresponding needs.

The new Peugeot E-Boxer offers up to 1890 kg the same payload as the burner. The same applies to the loading volume with 8 cubic meters to 17 cubic meters, as the battery is installed space-saving in the underbody. Based on three wheels (3 m, 3.45 m and 4.04 m), there is the box carriage in five different sizes that differ in length (L1 to L4) and height (H1 to H3). So every company finds the appropriate variant. In addition, the e-boxer for specific claims is also available in other versions: chassis with single cabin in the lengths L2, L3 and L4; Chassis with double cabin in length L3; Platform chassis with single cabin in the lengths L3 and L4.

The e-boxer offers a torque of 260 nm from the start with a maximum power of 90 kW (122 hp). Thanks to the electric motor, the van moves almost vibration and noiseless. The powertrain also wins energy back (recuperation) when the pedal is released or the brake is pressed. The maximum speed is 110 km / h and 90 km / h for the 4-ton variant.

The two lengths L1 and L2 are equipped with a lithium-ion battery with 37 kWh. Thus, the Peugeot E-Boxer achieves a range of up to 200 kilometers (still in the test process) to WLTP. In the lengths L3 and L4, a 70 kWh strong battery is installed. With her, the Peugeot E-Boxer drives up to 340 kilometers (still in the test process) without recharging. In the body variant “Chassis” the larger battery is already integrated from the length L2.

For loading, the Peugeot E-Boxer is compatible with sockets of type 2 and CCS (for fast loading with DC). The transporter is designed as standard with a double board charger for 1-phase (7 kW) and 3-phase (22 kW) loading.

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The new Peugeot E-Boxer retains the striking design of the burners and differs from the outside only through two lettering: “E-boxer” on the back door and “E” above the front left wheel box. To the left of the driver’s door is the charging connection. In the interior of the new Peugeot E boxer, many innovations are shown by the electric drive. Instead of a shift lever, for example, right under the instrument cluster are three buttons with which the driving mode is selected.

New is also the inner mirror, in which numerous information is easily illustrated. So the driver or the driver knows only a look around the state of charge of the battery, the remaining range, the tension, the current strength and the driving mode. Around the clear combined instrument, the Peugeot E-Boxer offers numerous practical shelves and subjects.

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The Peugeot E-Boxer is exclusively available in the equipment level Premium. As standard on board are already among other things: Bluetooth audio system with 5-inch screen (12.7 cm) and steering wheel operation, rear parking aid, manual air conditioning, light and rain sensor, heated and electric mirror.

With the following optional equipment, the Peugeot e-boxer can be further specialized for the personal day of life: navigation with 9-inch touchscreen (22.9 cm), reversing camera, emergency brake assistant (incl. Lane holding assistant), lane support assignment incl. Traffic sign recognition and high-speed cars, dead angle assistant, speed controller and limiter, grip control and downhill, acoustic parking sensors, LED daytime running lights.

Special services for owners of the Peugeot E-Boxer

With several versatile services, the LOwen brand wants to support customers on their way to the energy transition:

Easy-Charge makes it easier for the customer to access the various charging options: the battery can be charged at home or at work. For this purpose, a wide range of accessories is available (reinforced socket, wallbox, smart wallbox and more). In addition, the cooperation partner INNO2GRID is available, which advises on the respective installation options and accompanies the process until full installation.

Via Free2move Services, the customer can relate a load pass and trip planner (4.99 euros per month), which in Europe access to a network of more than 130.000 charging stations enabled. The customer receives information about the stations such as removal, charging speed and price. The navigation system leads him to the selected station.

Easy-Mobility should ensure the mobility of the customers at any time: the application Trip Planner, available via Free2move Services, shows the driver the best route. Trip Planner takes into account the remaining range and the charging stations on the route. The optimal route is played back on the networked navigation screen. With the Mobility Pass, customers can rent a vehicle at any time and as needed. In the MPEUGEOT application, the customer can receive advice (e-coaching) to adapt his driving style for optimal reach.

Under Easy-Care, Peugeot combines offers that lead customers to the topic of electromobility and support it: New digital simulations and documentation are available on the brand’s website. Service contracts and a spanning service can be added in a simple package. The certification of the battery capacity also facilitates the resale of the vehicle.

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2 thoughts on “Peugeot presents electric transporter E-Boxer”

  1. Nice, a WLTP of 340km is sufficient for most package services. The vehicles also have the usual size.

    Incomprehensible is still for me why power connections are placed on the driver’s side. If this may not matter on a depot, it is loaded on the street, the cable must always be around the car during correct parking. This also shows the photo very nice.


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