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Peugeot e-Traveller: the electric minivan displays its restyling

Peugeot has revealed the updated version of its large electric MPV, the e-Traveller, following the e-Rifter. Changes in style, interior, and engines are highlighted for the new model.

Stellantis recently updated its utility vehicles across all brands. It’s only fitting that the “personal” derivatives would follow suit. Peugeot is leading the way with the e-Traveller, currently only available in electric form. The Peugeot e-Traveller is the first to be officially unveiled, but the Citroën Ë-Spacetourer, Fiat e-Ulysse, and Opel Zafira-e are expected to follow suit with similar technical updates. However, these updates are quite minimal, as, much like the new e-Rifter, the large minivans do not feature the group’s new engine or battery.

No new features under the hood

As such, they will retain their 136 horsepower engine, paired with a 50 kWh battery that promises an estimated 224 km of WLTP autonomy. The other variant with a 75 kWh battery is also being updated, gaining 20 km to now offer 350 kilometers (WLTP). These improvements are made possible by overall efficiency enhancements and a new energy recovery system with three adaptable levels controlled by the steering wheel paddles. However, this is still less than the 416 km offered by the Volkswagen ID.Buzz, or 440 km of a Maxus Mifa 9 for example. In addition to their updated style – with Peugeot adopting a new light signature and full LED lights – the new minivans will also receive interior updates…

Peugeot’s style extends to the interior as well…

This includes digital instrumentation and a new 10” panel for the updated multimedia system. The latter allows for wireless connectivity with Apple Carplay and Android Auto, and automatic remote updates to the GPS mapping. As expected, the new e-Traveller also features the well-known i-Cockpit seen in other models in the range, characterized by its small-diameter steering wheel and high counters. The new lion head logo also makes an appearance! It will be available in dealerships in the first half of 2024, and will continue to be assembled in France, at the former SEVEL Nord factory in Hordain in the North (59).

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