Peugeot has updated the E-Traveller van for 2024 with styling and tech upgrades, and of course, it now claims a bit more range. The new E-Traveller comes in two lengths: Standard (4.98 m) and Long (5.33 m); which means the Compact (4.60 m) option is no longer available.
The 2024 E-Traveller sports a fresh new face with new full LED headlights featuring the brand’s 3 claw light signature. The redesigned “grille” houses the new Peugeot logo, further enhancing the looks of the vehicle, while the redesigned front bumper apparently is more aerodynamic and therefore aids in efficiency. The rest of the vehicle looks pretty much the same, this includes the side profile, the wheels and the rear fascia.
Inside, there’s a brand new dashboard that houses a 10-inch digital instrument cluster (fitted as standard), a 10-inch touchscreen, and of course, a new steering wheel as well. Other key highlights include TomTom 3D navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto connectivity, a wireless smartphone charging pad, and more charging sockets (two USB-C sockets on the dashboard, two USB-C sockets in the second-row and two 12-volt sockets).
ADAS include Adaptive Cruise Control, Driver Fatigue Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Keeping Assist, and Automatic Emergency Braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection.
Since the van is available in 2 lengths and several configurations, it can offer up to 9 seats on board. A face-to-face lounge seating configuration is also available with a retractable sliding table for all four seats. Seat upholstery options include a new fabric or perforated leather.
Moving on to the juicy bits of the story, the electric motor at the front offers the same output figures of 100 kW (136 metric hp) and 260 Nm (192 lb-ft) in ‘Power’ mode. The top speed also remains the same at 130 km/h (81 mph).
The new E-Traveller offers two battery pack options: a 50 kWh pack with a WLTP range of up to 224 km (139 mi) and a 75 kWh pack with a WLTP range of up to 350 km (217 mi). Peugeot claims to have included a new regenerative braking system with three levels, which can be cycled through via paddles behind the steering wheel.