All-new Peugeot SUV e-2008 - right side car
All-new Peugeot SUV e-2008 - right side car

Transition to zero carbon emissions with Peugeot electric cars. Our range of electric vehicles can meet all your needs : ultra-compact city car, family 5 seater car, functional commercial vehicle... 
Peugeot's 100% electric vehicles combine innovative design, outstanding environmental performance and state-of-the-art technology.

Peugeot electric cars: what are the benefits?

NEW PEUGEOT e-208 – New electric city car and front end

Economical, easy to operate and environmentally friendly, discover the advantages of Peugeot 100% electric cars.

A new driving sensation


Enjoy a new level of driving comfort thanks to our quiet engines and reduced vibrations in a Peugeot electric car. What’s more, discover the joy of driving an electric car, including an easy start up and immediate engine torque that allows a clear acceleration without gear changes.

Because of their mode of operation, Peugeot electric vehicles emit no CO2. They provide a range of up to 340 km (WLTP).

Savings realized


To appreciate the total cost of a vehicle, you should not just consider the purchase price, but also the cost of energy (electricity or fuel), insurance and vehicle maintenance. A Peugeot electric car makes for an average consumption gain of 40% and maintenance that is up to 30% cheaper compared to a combustion vehicle.

Furthermore, by buying an electric car, you benefit from state grant aid of up to €5,000*

*Click here for more information

Simple use


Say goodbye to fuel pumps, and make your life easier with an electric car thanks to fast, intuitive charging. With different charging solutions, find a charging point wherever you are, at any time.

With MyPeugeot App, you can also manage certain features of your vehicle remotely.

Discover our electric range

The all-new e-2008, the electric SUV

All-new Peugeot SUV e-2008 - rear side

Discover the new compact SUV of the Peugeot electric range. With its new design affirming its power and sportiness, as well as the new Peugeot i-Cockpit 3D, explore the new e-mobility of the new Peugeot e-2008 SUV. Thanks to its 310km WLTPi range, it will be your indispensable ally for your long journeys.

The all-new e-208, the electric city car

NOUVELLE PEUGEOT e-208 – Nouvelle face avant expressive

Discover the new city model of the Peugeot electric range.  With its striking and modern silhouette, the new Peugeot e-208 will follow you wherever you go. Check out the all-new i-Cockpit® 3D that provides you with a new immersive driving experience with a hologram projection of your driving information.


How does one charge a Peugeot electric vehicle?

Peugeot electric cars offer several ways to charge your battery that save you time. In addition, charging an electric car is convenient and easy, and can be done quickly and intuitively.

PEUGEOT e-208 - private charging

Charge at home, at office

Private charging means charging your electric vehicle in your home or at your workplace.
This type of charging is advantageous as it offers practical and economical solutions.
Two types of charging are possible:

  • You can charge your electric car using a standard plug (charger 3.3kW, 8A)
  • You can choose to charge with a Green'up® reinforced plug (charger 3.3kW, 14A). This solution provides faster throughput than a standard plug.
  • Or you can opt for a Wallboxi to reduce your charging time. You can fully charge your battery in 8h. This time can be reduced to 5h with a dedicated cable.
NEW PEUGEOT 208 ELECTRIC –  Full rear end and charge on the station

Charging with public charging points

Like the network of service stations for combustion vehicles, there is a public charging network for electric cars. This crucial network continues to grow rapidly and steadily. Today, there are currently more than 1,100 charging points in Ireland and almost 225,000 across Europe.

To speed up charging, you can choose from the fast charging points with which our cars are compatible.

The public fast charging points are able to charge 80% of the battery in 30 minutes.#

Click here to find a charge point close to you


Ecodriving tips to adopt

Ecodriving is cost-effective driving that will allow you to maximise the range of your electric car.

Adapt your driving avoiding jolts, acceleration too strong and frequent, as well as braking.

Peugeot e-208 - right side car

Using Brake mode
Instead of continuously using the brake pedal, use the engine braking system, which allows energy to be regenerated and therefore charges the battery, during the braking and decelerating.

Using "eco" mode
Electric cars are equipped with an "eco" mode that saves energy by reasonably reducing engine power. This mode is preferred in the city because we need less power than on the motorway.

Using the preconditioning
When your vehicle is charged, take advantage to precondition the battery to limit the energy of the heating or cooling systems when driving. Heating or cooling the car during the charge does not make use of the current range

Maintaining the tyres
It is essential to maintain your tyres regardless of your car’s engine type. Besides representing safety, electric cars are concerned with reducing energy consumption, which is liable to increase with unsuitable or poorly inflated tyres.

Long-Term Leasing

Long-Term Leasing also allows you to take advantage of an electric vehicle against monthly rental payments. You only pay for using it. The main benefit of this financing is that it includes services such as maintenance, breakdown repairs and assistance.
Unlike the LOB, the purchase of the vehicle at the end of the contract is not covered by the LTCR.

Leasing with Option to Buy

Leasing with Option to Buy, also referred to as LOB or leasing, allows you to have an electric car against the payment of monthly rents. Apart from these monthly payments, you only pay for the use of your vehicle.
At the end of the contract you have the opportunity to purchase the asset against the payment of an option to buy.


Buy your electric car with Peugeot car credits and take advantage of a simple and flexible financing solution. You can choose your repayment period, for monthly payments tailored to your budget. You also have the option of determining the date of your direct debit. Lastly, you should know that your vehicle can be financed at up to 100% of the purchase price. 


Visuel MyPeugeot App

Benefit from real-time personalised services, synchronised with your accounts, through the free MyPeugeot appi :

  • Keep an eye on your vehicle's status (event data, location...)
  • Quick and easy access to assistance
  • Manage your vehicle's maintenance and service requirements
  • e-REMOTE CONTROL*: Control and plan your charging directly from your smartphone. You can also manage the in-car temperature.

*Available in January 2020

Other questions about electric cars

Are electric vehicles really less efficient than combustion vehicles?

The idea that an electric car is less efficient than a combustion car is misguided. Although they are noiseless, electric vehicles are no less efficient. They reach the same speeds as their combustion engine counterparts, while providing a new level of driving comfort thanks to a quiet engine and reduced vibrations. In addition, electric vehicles accelerate and decelerate just as fast as their combustion engine counterparts.

Are electric vehicles really more expensive than combustion vehicles?

When purchased, electric vehicles are more expensive than their combustion engine counterparts. However, the total cost of a vehicle is about more than just purchase price. In fact, fuel, insurance and maintenance of the vehicle have to be added on to the purchase price. When all these factors are taken into account, then electric cars are more economical than combustion vehicles.
On average, electric vehicles allow for savings of 40% on consumption and 30% on maintenance costs to be achieved compared to their combustion engine counterparts.

Are electric vehicles really cleaner than combustion vehicles?

First factor in favour of electric cars and not insignificant: they do not emit any CO2. Another important factor: if one takes into account its manufacture and in particular that of its battery, it is estimated that two years is the time it takes for an electric vehicle to repay its carbon debt.
Moreover, solutions extending battery life are being developed with each year that passes. This makes it possible to offset the carbon debt resulting from their manufacture.
All these factors make the electric car a cleaner vehicle to use than a combustion car.