Citroën e-Jumpy © Citroën

Citroën intensifies the development of its electric range. This year, the brand's first electrified utility vehicle will be the Jumpy, followed by the Berlingo next year.

With a range of up to 330 km depending on the version chosen, the "ë-Jumpy" offers a loading capacity of up to 1,275 Kg and 6.6 m3. It can optionally receive a trailer hitch, which should delight artisans, among others.

New Citroën ë-Jumpy: up to 330 km of range

The electric version of the Jumpy is equipped with an electric motor of 100 KW (136 horsepower). It is the same engine as that fitted to its cousins ​​in the PSA group, the Peugeot e-Expert and the Opel Vivaro-e. The maximum speed of the electrified utility is announced at 130 km / h.

The e-Jumpy also uses the EMP2 modular platform which allows it to receive a battery pack in the chassis without encroaching on the load volume. Two options are available for the batteries: a pack of 18 modules totaling 50 kWh or a pack of 27 modules for a total of 75 kWh.

The first pack offers a range of 230 km when the second allows you to travel 330 km according to the WLTP cycle. The e-Jumpy accepts fast charging up to 100 kW on a fast charging station which allows it to recover 80% of its autonomy, in 30 minutes for the small battery pack and in 45 minutes for the large battery pack. It can also be charged on a conventional electrical outlet.

Four finishes to adapt to all trades

Three body versions, of your choice – XS, M and XL – will be available for the e-Jumpy, ranging from 4.60 to 5.30 meters long. Depending on the version chosen, the loading volume will be 4.60 m35.10 m3 or 6.60 m3. The height of the vehicle remains limited to 1.90 m, allowing it to go almost anywhere.

Citroën e-Jumpy © Citroën

Citroën will also offer four levels of finish: Control, Club, Driver and CityVan. The keyless start and the rear view camera will be part of the basic equipment. An interesting option, called "Moduwork", can be ordered and will allow you to work on an articulated tablet.

Finally, Citroën provides an eight-year or 160,000 km warranty on the battery pack and the electric motor.