PSA Group presents its future vehicle electrification strategy

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The PSA Group is consolidating the development of its models on two global modular platforms, which will enable it to offer a wide range of internal combustion, electric and plug-in hybrid petrol models as from 2019.

The Common Modular Platform (CMP), which was developed in partnership with DFM (Dongfeng Motors), is designed for compact city cars, sedans and compact SUVs. The all-electric CMP format will allow the two parties to offer a new generation of electric vehicles with a driving range of up to 450km and ultra-fast charging solutions providing up to 12km of driving per minute of charging. Four electric models will be introduced by 2021, the first of which will reach the market in 2019.

From 2019 the efficient modular platform (EMP2) will be used under the first plug-in hybrid petrol models, SUVs and CUVs.

6 June, 2016

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