2023 Peugeot E-308 – Autocar reports that the Peugeot e-308, an all-electric version of its new C-segment offering will be available sometime in 2023. Production is expected to start in July next year. However, many things could happen between now and then. More information is available in the publication, including details about the powertrain and how it will differ from the e208 currently offered by the automaker.
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The e-308 will have a 54-kilowatt hour battery. This is 4 kWh more than the e208’s battery and 50-kWh of usable power. The improved battery technology will enable the model to provide a range of nearly 250 miles (400 km) which is reminiscent of Europe’s WLTP cycle. Autocar reports that the EV will have 154 horsepower (114 kilowatts), and 199 pound-feet (269 Newton-meters), which will be routed to the front wheels.
Both the SW wagon and 308 hatch versions will receive the all-electric powertrain. Peugeot will hide the rest of the powertrain hardware under the hood and place the batteries underneath the seats. The 308 plug-in hybrid’s rear cargo space should be equal to that of the Peugeot 308 plug-in hybrid. Customers should expect the same tech-packed cabin as the model. This should also include 100-kilowatt fast charging.
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E-308 deliveries will start after production begins next July. Peugeot will also release pricing information closer to the date of on-sale. It will be interesting for the public to compare it to both the internal combustion and plug-in hybrid variants. Agnes TessonFaget, Peugeot’s 308 brand manager, stated to the publication that the company expects the e-308 will account for at most 20% of the model’s sales once it reaches dealers. Although the 308 plug-in hybrid accounts for more than 20% of all 308 sales, we will need to wait longer than a year before this becomes a reality.