Peugeot Australia has confirmed that a flood of new electric vehicles will be launched locally this year. All launching in the second half of 2024, the Peugeot E-208 small hatchback, E-308 hatchback, E-3008 mid-size SUV and E-Expert van will all add new markets to compete in for the local Peugeot range. Local pricing and specifications are yet to be announced.

2024 Peugeot E-308 electric hatchback

According to the company, “Peugeot Australia is set to expand its 100% electric vehicle offering in the Australian market, with Register Your Interest now open for the alluring E-3008 SUV, E-208 Hatch, E-308 Hatch and versatile E-Expert Van.”

“The E-308 Hatch, now confirmed for its debut in the local market, alongside the E-Expert, previously announced for the Australian market, are both slated for launch in the second half of 2024.”

2024 Peugeot E-Expert electric van

All due in the second half of 2024, the additions to the Peugeot Australia EV range will give the brand a boost in the Australian market. The E-208 will compete with cars like the Fiat 500e, while the E-308 will compete with the Cupra Born, the E-Expert will largely have the market to itself and the E-3008 will be positioned against the Tesla Model Y.

All using platforms shared – or to be shared, in the case of the E-3008 – with other products in the Stellantis group, the Peugeot EV range will be headlined by the E-3008, which is an all-new product. Maximum range on offer in Europe is a massive 700km on the WLTP cycle thanks to a 98kWh battery that feeds a 170kW front-mounted motor, though a cheaper 157kW motor with a 73kWh battery will also be available in Europe, as well a 240kW dual-motor variant.

2024 Peugeot E-3008 interior

The E-3008 sits on a new platform from Stellantis, which has introduced big improvements in range and performance. The smaller Peugeot E-308 hatchback uses a smaller 54kWh battery for up to 413km of range (in the UK), while its 115kW/270Nm motor drivetrain makes it comfortably more powerful than the regular 96kW/230Nm 308 sold locally, though not the 165kW 308 GT Sport plug-in hybrid.

Sitting on the same platform as the E-308, the E-Expert electric van uses either a 50kWh or 75kWh battery for up to 330km of range on the WLTP cycle. It uses a 100kW/260Nm electric motor and in Europe, is available in three lengths and it’s not yet known which variants will be sold locally.

2024 Peugeot E-208

Finally, the E-208 will complete the local Peugeot EV range for now with anticipated pricing in the $50,000 bracket. It uses a 51kWh battery for up to 400km of range, while its front wheels are powered by a 115kW/260Nm electric motor.

Peugeot Australia 2024 New EV Arrival Timing:

  • E-308: second half
  • E-208: second half
  • E-Partner: second half
  • E-3008: second half

Peugeot Australia will release local pricing and specifications for its new EV models before their respective launches later this year. Stay tuned to DiscoverAuto for the latest automotive news and reviews.

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