To better adapt your driving, the energy consumption statistics (electric and fuel) are displayed on the touch screen.
To simplify your daily life, a set of services accompanies you.
Charge overnight from the convenience of your home via a standard domestic socket or by having a wall box installed for faster charging. Your PEUGEOT dealer can assist with the installation of a wall box.
Travel with peace of mind with your electrified vehicle thanks to a growing network of publich charging stations across New Zealand. Find charging stations here.
Facilitate the maintenance of your electric car and its resale thanks to:
An 8-year or 160,000 km battery warranty for 70% of its charge capacity
A 3 or 5 year service plan for an electric or plug-in hybrid car
After each scheduled service, obtain a certificate confirming the level of performance of the battery, facilitating the resale of your car
Zero-emissions driving is usually the first benefit come to mind when choosing an electric car, but it's not the only one.
You may also be able to save money on your service and maintenance costs compared to your current vehicle, along with the government Clean Car Rebate which may apply.
Our environmental commitments
Reduced CO2 emissions
According to the Transport & Environment (T&E) study: an electric vehicle emits 50% less CO2 over its entire life cycle, compared to the average European internal combustion engine vehicle.
100% electric vehicles do not emit any CO2 or other polluting gases when driving.
The carbon footprint of the electric vehicle depends on how the electricity is produced, but also on the CO2 emissions associated with the manufacture of the battery.
Composition of our batteries
The battery of an electric vehicle consists of steel, aluminum and plastics are the 3 main components. Being of the lithium-ion type, it does not contain rare earths.
PEUGEOT requires its suppliers for the supply of raw materials that they:
ensure that these materials are supplied in a responsible manner
submit the detailed composition of the materials used and their sources, for certain products
Partnership - Office National des Forêts (National Forestry Office)
The PEUGEOT-ONF Forest Carbon Sink project was initiated by PEUGEOT in 1998 and aims to understand the restoration dynamics of tropical forests and their role in the absorption and storage of greenhouse gases.
Located in north-western Mato Grosso, Brazil, the project has a total area of 10,287 ha, including over 7,000 ha of preserved Amazonian forest and 2,000 ha of former pastureland. Since 1999, more than 2.5 million trees of mostly native species have been planted on these deteriorated soils and a forest has been re-established.