The eBipper van and ePartner vans and cars provide zero emissions transport, combined with a practical payload and load area based on the already successful Peugeot Bipper, Partner and Tepee models.
All eBipper and ePartner models have a range of 65 miles. The eBipper offers users a 375kg payload and 2.8 cubic metres of loadspace while the ePartner provides 549kg of payload and a 3.7 cubic meter load area.
They join the eExpert and eBoxer van, which have been designed and manufactured by Allied in Scotland in conjunction with Peugeot.
Charging is available through a domestic power socket or, in the case of the Partner, a dual-mode charger which can access either domestic single-phase or commercial three-phase supply. A three year warranty is provided on both the vehicle and the Axeon batteries (also a Scottish company).
After 18 months of development and half a million pounds of investment, the Glasgow based company – which is the UK’s largest producer of wheelchair accessible vehicles – has orders for nearly 50 of the EVs as more companies and government bodies commit to reducing their vehicle carbon footprint.