Peugeot has given the E-Traveller (now with a capital E instead of a small one) a facelift that brings the electric van closer to the other models thanks to a redesigned front end and full LED headlights. The E-Traveler, which is still available in two lengths and with up to nine seats, has also been given a modified cockpit with a ten-inch digital instrument cluster and large central touchscreen. As the automatic selector lever has been repositioned, there are more and larger storage compartments. There are also new seat covers and, for the first time, an optional heated steering wheel.
Connectivity has been increased and the cruise control has been extended to include automatic distance control with stop-and-go function. The Peugeot E-Traveler is available with either a 50 kWh or 75 kWh battery. A new regenerative braking system increases the range to up to 350 kilometers. (aum)
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