Peugeot this Tuesday presented a fleet of vehicles with which it is definitely committed to electrifying the market. The French brand has been launched in the race for an ambitious goal. in Its entire offering will be 100% electric by 2030, A rough road on which you will not drive alone.
Plans are important towards ecological transition. Spain needs to increase its commitment to electric charger infrastructure. One aspect in which the rest of the European partners are well ahead of us. Our country, along with Greece, is a member of the EU’s lowest-density charger. The lands dominated by the Netherlands, which set the pace at which Spain wanted it.
On the tail in Spain, the density of the electric charger
The stakes are clear. The manufacturer’s parent company, Stelantis, has launched a company that offers chargers from 500 or 600 euros. To this, we have to add the cost of installation, which – depending on the characteristics of the user’s car park – will be between 1,500 and 2,500 euros. In order to reduce the economic impact, the manufacturer recalls that the government approved plan movesWhich subsidizes 70% of the installation of electric chargers.
The brand has started doing its homework. 45% of the electricity consumed by the Peugeot factory in Villaverde comes from self-consumption. On its roof is the largest solar farm in the entire community of Madrid.
Until the ultimate objective is achieved, the French demonstrate muscle 308 SW Hybrid Introducing Peugeot e-Xperience Days is held from May 20 to 22. The sedan combines a 150 hp PureTech gasoline engine with an 81 kW electric motor, and with which the manufacturer strives to move towards a fully electric 2030.
with the rest of the range. E-208, compact intended for the city that offers more than meets the eye. 100kW (136 CV) Power and features designed to be enjoyed at the wheel: you can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.1 seconds,
his elder brother, E-2008, 100% Electric SUV Peugeot offers a range of 310 km. And this 3008 HybridMixed option that offers a version with four-wheel drive and up to 300 hp.
And finally, the plug-in hybrid version of Peugeot 508, Add 132 kW/180 hp PureTech mechanics to an 80 kW/110 hp electric motor to deliver a maximum combined output of 165 kW/225 hp. The model has a Sport Engineer variant that promises a 0 to 100 km/h speed in just 5.2 seconds.
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