PEUGEOT e-208: 100% electric city car

Freedom of choice

PEUGEOT 100% electric or plug-in hybrid range with no compromise

With a wide range of electrified vehicles: 100% electric or plug-in hybrid, you can choose your favourite PEUGEOT that best suits your needs, and then the most suitable engine: petrol, diesel or electrified.
No compromise.

Why no compromise?

Because you won’t have to give up any of the features you expect from a PEUGEOT vehicle, such as roominess or good boot space ... because they are identical.

Whatever the model, PEUGEOT offers you a choice of energy within its range:

• between a city car and a 100% electric SUV,
• or between an SUV and plug-in hybrids.

This is what we call the POWER OF CHOICE at PEUGEOT.

The benefits of driving 100% electric

The 5 “Zeros”, a comfortable driving and riding experience

0 zero noise

No noise

0 zero gear changes

No gear changes

0 zero gear changes

No vibrations

0 zero CO2 emissions when driving

No CO2 emissions in electric mode

0 zero fuel smell

No fuel smell

0 zero noise

No noise

0 zero gear changes

No gear changes

0 zero gear changes

No vibrations

0 zero CO2 emissions when driving

No CO2 emissions in electric mode

0 zero fuel smell

No fuel smell


Electrified vehicles increase driving pleasure and provide new sensations, such as a smooth, jolt-free ride, sharp acceleration due to immediate engine torque and the absence of vibrations. In the city, electrified vehicles also help to reduce noise pollution, as the electric motor is silent. Guaranteed to provide a sense of calm for both driver and passengers.

driving pleasure PEUGEOT plug-in hybrid


With the hybridisation of the new PEUGEOT 3008, the HYBRID4 version is available, with 300 hp and 4-wheel drive, combining extra driveability and control while optimising fuel consumption thanks to the presence of two electric motors and their associated regenerative braking capacities.


driving pleasure PEUGEOT i-Cockpit


With the ergonomic PEUGEOT i-Cockpit®, the on-board driving experience becomes simple and intuitive, with enhanced comfort and safety. It comprises:

  • a compact multi-function steering wheel
  • a touchscreen with voice-activated 3D navigation
  • Toggle Switches for fast and intuitive access to various comfort functions
  • a head-up display, so you can keep your eyes on the road

driving pleasure PEUGEOT i-Cockpit


On the electric and plug-in hybrid versions, the PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® incorporates an entirely dedicated world that allows you to view specific driving information in your field of vision (driving mode, electric gauge level and electric distance) on the instrument panel and energy consumption statistics (electric and fuel) on the touch screen.


To support our customers in this transition to electric vehicles, while at the same time simplifying their day-to-day life with their car, we have designed a whole ecosystem of services based on three main principles: charging, mobility and reassurance.

Peugeot easy charge


Take full advantage of the range of your electrified vehicle thanks to the many charging options available to you.

  • Private charging: turnkey solutions, offered directly by PEUGEOT dealers, supported by the expertise of our partners.
  • Public charging: access the growing network of public charging points in New Zealand.
Free2Move Trip Planner plan trip


Travel with peace of mind with your electrified vehicle thanks to: 

    • MyPeugeot: manage your range easily and plan long journeys in the best possible way, according to the remaining range and the charging stations on the road.

Peugeot easy care


  • The battery has an 8-year or 160,000 km warranty for 70% of its charge capacity.

Our environmental commitments

Carbon footprint between electric and thermal


Life Cycle Analysis [LCA]:

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.

Main battery components

The manufacture of e-cars and their batteries

The composition of the battery of an electric vehicle:

  • The lithium-ion battery does not contain rare earth metals.
  • Steel, aluminium and plastics are the 3 main components.

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
Recycling Lithium-Ion Li-ion Nickel-Metal-Hydride NiMh batteries

Battery recycling

Since 2012, PEUGEOT has been recycling the batteries used in its electric and rechargeable hybrid vehicles. We work with several specialised partners to optimise the end of life of batteriesi.

All over the world, the Stellantis group is actively involved in this area of ​​expertise in order to develop partnerships to optimize battery life by taking into account the entire Life Cycle from repair, remanufacturing, the search for second-life solutions, up to end-of-life recycling.

In New Zealand, all traction batteries are recycled locally using an approved lithium battery recycling company. If this resource is not available, it’s mandatory to send the battery back to Europe for full circle re-manufacture. There is a group who has oversight with all batteries imported into NZ called BIG.

PEUGEOT carbon sink since 1998

Partnership - National Forestry Office (ONF)

The PEUGEOT-ONFi 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.