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PSA Group China to have electrified versions of all its new and retooled cars in 2020

PSA Group will start offering electrified versions of all new and retooled gasoline models in 2020, to be built at Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen Automobile. This is driven by the government’s push towards electrification.

The first one to go on sale will be its next-generation Peugeot-badged 2008 with both a gasoline and battery version.

According to PSA’s local partner Dongfeng Motor Group, the next-generation gasoline Peugeot-badged 2008 will become the first to go on sale, along with a battery version. This will be followed by the plug-in hybrid and gasoline variants for the retooled crossovers Peugeot 4008 and Citroen C5 Aircross.

Dongfeng also said that the entire range of PSA Peugeot Citroen will be offered with an electrified version by 2023. Peugeot Citroen Dongfeng is a 50-50 JV between Dongfeng and PSA, which produces and markets vehicles for Peugeot and Citroen brands.

The JV has produced one electric vehicle marketed under its proprietary Fukang brand, which is a rebadged car made by Dongfeng.  PSA also operates another 50-50 partnership -- Changan PSA -- with Changan Automobile Co. Changan PSA has last month placed its 50 per cent interest in the joint venture up for sale due to dropping sales volume.

News No: 7620
Date: 2019/11/29 - 17:48
News Source: ALCIRCLE.COM

PSA Group  China  electrified  Dongfeng  Automobile 

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