If we can believe the news, comming from PSA group, Peugeot will present electrical version along the conventional new Peugeot 208 in Geneva.

Electric Peugeot 208 will be based on new modular platform eCMP, which it will share with equally new electric Opel Corsa, and will have lithium-ion batteries with capacity up to 50 kWh. We can expect electric Peugeot 208 to hit the road before the end of 2019.

PSA group plans to complete electrification of its model line by 2025 and already by 2020 it plans to introduce four new battery electric and seven plug-in electric models. Already this year there will be plug-in versions of Peugeot 5008 and Citroën C5 Aircross, by the end of 2019 we should see electric Peugeot 208 and plug-in electric versions of DS 7 E-Tense and Opel Grandland X an the road, which should soon be followed by electric versions of Peugeot 2008, DS3 and Opel Corsa.

Jan. 29, 2018 Driving photo: Bojan Perko

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