The electric car in question is the Peugeot e-308 which is claimed to have a more powerful electric motor and has better battery life than the e-208 model.
According to reports, the Peugeot e-308 specifications will be equipped with an electric motor and an onboard charger under the hood. The battery is placed under the floor, so the luggage compartment is no different from the 308 PHEV.
Thanks to a battery capacity of 400 volts and a power of 54 kWh, the Peugeot r-308 is capable of producing 154 hp. In addition, the French car manufacturer claims that the NMC811 battery chemicals provide an efficiency increase of 12.4 kWh per 100 km.
According to the plan, the Peugeot e-308 will be in full production in July 2023, with sales following shortly after the assembly process begins.
According to Peugeot CEO Linda Jackson, the company will sell all electric cars by 2030 in Europe.
“When we switch to a new platform, STLA Small, Medium, Large, by 2030 in Europe all of our models will be electric. But we still have to determine whether to maintain internal combustion offerings for customers in other regions,” said Jackson.
Meanwhile, the European Union has proposed that all new cars sold by 2035 should be zero-emissions, and this latest announcement by Peugeot means it will comply with that proposal five years early.