Peugeot Partner Tepee goes electric | New Release - Car News Feb 2017


15:42 Friday 17 Feb 2017

Peugeot have announced that an electric powered version of the Partner Tepee will join the line up later this year.

The zero-emissions Peugeot Partner Tepee Electric is exempt from Vehicle Excise Duty and boasts a range of over 100 miles. The battery is covered by an eight-year, 60,000-mile warranty.

Features include air conditioning, remote controlled battery charging, hill-assist start, cruise control, and reversing camera. The1,350 litre boot capacity grows to 3,000 litres with the rear seats folded, while the three middle row seat can be removed for a completely flat load area.

The new model will debut officially at next month’s Geneva Motor Show with order books to open later this year.


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