PSA Groupe continues the gradual roll-out of its electrical passenger vans to verify every of them will get adequate publicity.
Following the Peugeot e-Traveller and Citroën ë-SpaceTourer, now we get to see the Zafira-e Life, in each Opel and Vauxhall (photoshopped) guises. Topping the Zafira Life lineup, the Zafira-e Life provides precisely the identical electrical drivetrains as its Peugeot and Citroën siblings.
The usual selection is a 50 kWh battery providing a WLTP-rated driving vary of 230 km (143 miles). Clients even have the choice of a 75 kWh battery which extends vary to 330 km (205 miles).
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Packaged underneath the load compartment, the battery doesn’t have an effect on baggage capability and additional lowers the middle of gravity for extra exact cornering and higher wind stability. Utilizing 100 kW of direct present (DC), charging the Zafira-e Life’s 50 kWh battery to 80 p.c takes round 30 minutes (45 minutes for the 75 kWh battery). Relying in the marketplace and infrastructure, the Zafira-e Life comes with both a three-phase 11 kW or a single-phase 7.four kW on-board charger as commonplace.
Whatever the battery pack, the Zafira-e Life is powered by a single front-mounted electrical motor delivering 100 kW (134 HP / 136 HP) of energy and 260 Nm (192 lb-ft) of most torque. The powertrain permits an electronically managed prime pace of 130 km/h (81 mph), which is nearly quick sufficient for Autobahn cruising whereas preserving the vary.
As with the ICE-powered Zafira Life, the electrical variant provides as much as 9 seats and is accessible in three lengths: Small, Medium, and Giant. Because of this, prospects can have the Zafira-e Life in an array of configurations. In the meantime, the optionally available trailer hitch permits the towing of trailers with a most capability of 1,000 kg (2,204 lbs).
Orders books will open this summer time in Europe and the UK, with deliveries following later within the 12 months.