/Peugeot iOn EV for IAA

Peugeot iOn EV for IAA

Peugeot iOn at Peugeot iOn EV for IAA

Not that long ago, just before any major motor shoe we used to see amazing concept cars with crazy designs and V16 engines and… but now thanks to the miserable economy and global warming and this sorta nonsense we have to see pathetic, ugly and truly horrible electric cars like this Peugeot! No offense to Peugeot, actually all electric cars suck! Anyway, this is the iOn and it has a top speed of 130 km/h and a range of 130 km.

Lithium-ion batteries rechargeable in six hours and 80% recharged within thirty minutes
The town will therefore be the favorite playground of the Peugeot iOn. With four doors and four seats, a length of 3.48 m and a turning circle of 4.50 m, this all-electric Peugeot vehicle will develop a maximum power output of 47 kW (64 bhp) and a torque of 180 Nm, thus offering reliable levels of performance (maximum speed of 130 km/h). Equipped with a totally comfortable operating range (130 km standard European cycle), the lithium-ion car batteries are rechargeable in six hours using a conventional 220 V socket or recharged to 80% capacity within thirty minutes, thanks to its fast charging system.

Its respect for the environment par excellence, its compact size, safety and simple operation will be its best, but by no means only attributes. In fact, onboard it will also include some innovative services, thanks in particular to the “localised communication unit”. This unit not only authorises the emergency call system for which Peugeot is a leader in terms of deployment throughout Europe (location of vehicles at the time of an accident and triggering the dispatch of suitable emergency services) but also authorises data transfer (battery status, distance covered, distance to travel before maintenance is due, etc.) thus providing assistance in the business management of fleet vehicles.

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