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Stellantis upgrades electric van line-up to compete with Ford


Stellantis is on a mission to overtake Ford as world leader in the light commercial vehicle market by 2027 and has started by increasing the capability of its electric vans, claiming best-in-class figures in the compact and large van segments.

In its bid to overtake Ford as world leader in the light commercial vehicle market by 2027, Stellantis has begun increasing the capability of its electric vans, claiming best-in-class figures in the compact and large van segments. 

The firm's small electric van – Citroën ë-Berlingo, Fiat E-Doblò, Opel/Vauxhall Combo Electric and Peugeot e-Partner – now boasts an impressive range of 205 miles between charges, 30 more miles than previous models.  

Each model can connect wirelessly to fleet management systems – allowing operators to organise cost-effective charging and maintenance, as well as on-board coaching for economical driving – and comes equipped with a larger 10-inch infotainment readout, as well as new driver-assistance systems, including level two autonomous driving capabilities and a 360-degree camera view. 

Stellantis’s medium electric van range –the Citroën ë-Dispatch, Fiat E-Scudo, Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro Electric and Peugeot e-Expert – also receives a range boost with 75kWh battery models boasting an improved range of 224 miles, up 28 miles. 

Its large electric vans – the Citroën ë-Relay, Fiat E-Ducato, Opel/Vauxhall Movano Electric and Peugeot e-Boxer – receive a larger 110kWh battery, delivering a range of 261 miles. 

Published On: 26/10/2023 12:00:17

 

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