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

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e-208 Prices & Specification

e-2008 SUV Prices & Specification

Discover the benefits of PEUGEOT 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 harmful CO2 or NOx gases, as well as providing a range of up to 225 miles (WLTP) with the all-new e-208.

Savings realised

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 the Government Grant scheme of £1,500*.

*Subject to approval, maximum RRP £32,000

Simple use

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.

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Discover the e-2008, the electric SUV

Discover the full electric PEUGEOT 2008 – the compact SUV with no compromise on space, technology or driving dynamics. Its striking and sporty design; latest PEUGEOT 3D i-Cockpit® and 214 mile range WLTP*, you can escape the ordinary and journey afar.

*Official Range figures for the PEUGEOT e-2008 SUV range are Combined 206 – 191 miles. WLTP cycle, 2019 standard, corresponding to 206 miles WLTP. Battery life may vary with real driving conditions (weather, driving style, etc.).


Discover the e-208, the electric city car

Discover the city model in the PEUGEOT electric range. With its striking and modern silhouette, the 100% electric PEUGEOT e-208 embodies youthfulness and the future of driving with its distinctive sporty lines. Check out the 3D i-Cockpit® that offers a new immersive driving experience with a hologram projection of your driving information.



Electric cars: economy, charging and battery

Discover key information such as the range of PEUGEOT electric cars, the life of batteries, and also how to charge your electric vehicle.

What is the economy of a PEUGEOT electric car?

The lithium iOn batteries used in PEUGEOT electric cars are included in the purchase of the vehicle. They have a range that can reach 217 miles WLTP and a capacity of 140 Wh (136 hp for the e208).

The traction battery warranty covers 8 years or 100,000 miles and is fully transferable to new owners.



Charging your 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.

Accelerated charge

Charge your e-208 quickly and safely from a dedicated charging point, which takes approximately 7.5 hours (7kW) for a full charge. Government subsidies in the UK are available to support this chargepoint installations at home or workplaces – we can talk you though the options.



Charging from a domestic plug

The e-208 charges from empty to full using a domestic plug in approximately 24 hours. A cable can be purchased as an accessory if you wish to use this method.

Charging with public charging points

At 100kW rapid charge points, you can obtain 80% of the vehicle charge in 30 minutes^. Rapid charge points can now be found at most motorway service stations and are being progressively installed across the UK. Standard/accelerated chargepoints can also be found in many on-street and car park locations.

^The vehicle will rapid charge at a rate of up to 100kW, depending on the power of the rapid charging station used and will take longer to charge at a lower power. Rapid charging stations are available across the UK at various locations and their power rating varies, typically from 50kW and sometimes up to 350kW. For further information on public charging stations across the UK, please visit www.zap-map.com

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

Adopting fluid driving

To avoid higher energy consumption, tailor your driving to avoid harsh acceleration, cornering and braking. On motorways, remember that high speeds have a significant impact on energy consumed, and therefore range. Lower your speed where possible, and be guided by the vehicle information.

Using Brake mode

Instead of continuously using the brake pedal, use the braking system, which allows energy to be regenerated and therefore charges the battery, during 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

Use the preconditioning function to warm up or cool down your vehicle while it is charging, ahead of a journey. This can then limit the energy used by the heating or cooling systems when driving, as your car is already at an ambient temperature.

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.

Save time and money with PEUGEOT electric vehicles

When making the switch to electric, there a host of ways in which you can save and benefit from different grants, tax benefits and exemptions.

Plug In Car Grant

The Office For Low Emission vehicle administer this grant, which currently offers 35% off an electric car, capped at a maximum of £1,500, on vehicles up to an RRP of £32,000. The Retailer sorts out the grant claim and deducts if off invoice, so other than answering a few questions, there is nothing for the customer to do.


Tax Benefits

Electric vehicles are currently exempt from paying the basic rate of VED, which saves drivers £150 per year. If you’re a company car driver, you will benefit from reduced company car tax (BIK) – 0% for tax year 2020/21! Business can also benefit from enhanced capital write down allowances.


PEUGEOT Services​


With the MYPEUGEOT app, you can check anytime and anywhere:
- The progress and charge level of your vehicle
- Your previous journey details, including consumption statistics
- Personalised eco-driving tips based on your driving, as well as energy consumption tracking and ranking among other drivers of electric vehicles.

Also plan and programme specific vehicle functions remotely:
- Start, stop, or programme a charge (vehicle must be plugged in to a charge point!). In this way you can easily benefit from off peak electricity rates, without having to go back out to plug in your vehicle at a certain time.
- Set preconditioning of the passenger compartment to warm or cool the vehicle before a journey


Other Services

Home Charging: PEUGEOT can assist with getting a chargepoint installed on your driveway or garage, benefiting from the £500 government homecharge grant if you are eligible.

Public Charging: PEUGEOT will offer you a free subscription to certain public charging points in the UK, so that you can take advantage of free charging and become familiar with using the public network.

Mobility Pass: offering discounted rental of internal combustion vehicles when needed for longer, occasional trips. Reserve a vehicle nearby through your app, and use funds accrued from your finance package.





The fuel consumption you achieve, and CO2 produced, in real world conditions will depend upon a number of factors: including the accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. There is a new test (WLTP*) used to measure fuel consumption and CO2 figures. The fuel consumption figures shown in this advert are calculated under the WLTP test.
The CO2 figures shown are NEDC equivalent (NEDCeq), calculated using EC correlation tool which converts WLTP figures to NEDC figures, however, these NEDCeq figures are based on the outgoing test cycle (NEDC**) and will be used to calculate tax for first registration. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; you should only compare fuel consumption and CO2 figures with other vehicles tested using the same technical standard.
*WLTP - Worldwide harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure. **NEDC - New European Driving Cycle. Information correct at time of going to print.

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