Or at least the e-208 version has.
Peugeot’s e-208 is the latest compact EV to join our fleet. Audi S8 review: the most boring 560bhp car (in a good way), Range Rover review: new straight-six diesel driven, VW T-Cross R-Line 1.5 TSI review: 148bhp crossover tested, Rocketeer Mazda MX-5 review: modified V6 roadster driven, Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 review: classic café racer tested, Speed Week 2020: the Ferrari F8 Tributo on track, City, slicker: Honda City Turbo vs Honda e, Chris Harris on… the new BMW M4 and M3 Touring. Other practical gubbins include the ability to manage the heating of the car from an app, so that it warms up in the most efficient way on chilly mornings. The maximum power of the Peugeot e-208 is 100 kW (134 hp). Or at least the e-208 version has.Fully electric, too; a 100kW (134bhp) motor teams up … We think you will agree with its incredible styling, ultra-rapid charging capabilities, and 217 mile range (WLTP) it is a great addition to the EV world. The Peugeot e-208 on the road review including ride and handling information.
This website is made by BBC Studios Distribution. While a snickety little manual gearbox feels right in a tiddly little car, choosing the auto brings semi-autonomous driving in traffic jams and full self-parking, amongst a bunch of other de rigueur active safety systems.
The electric version of 208 is powered by a 100 kW (136 hp) engine with a torque of 260 Nm and a 50 kWh battery, which Peugeot claims will allow the electric vehicle to run up to 340 km per charge (WLTP standard). Peugeot e-208 electric range and charging. Please read Top Gear’s code of conduct (link below) before posting. The profits we make from it go back to BBC programme-makers to help fund great new BBC programmes.
The top speed is 93 mph. It’s possible.