Peugeot has announced opening three more ports of access to the vehicle-sharing program for electric vehicles. The terminals were installed due to the automaker's collaboration with the Marche Group grocery and emporium chain (St. Marche and Empório Santa Maria), Flou, UCorp's new platform for nano-leasing of electric cars, and Tupinambá, Brazil's leading electric mobility startup. The service will initially be available in Sao Paulo, with plans to expand to other cities throughout Brazil.
The Flou app, which can now be downloaded from the app stores for iOS and Android, powers the shared electric vehicle system (car sharing). The launch aims to provide the general public with a completely digital, intuitive, and differentiated experience, as well as to promote the concept of simple and fluid sustainable mobility to democratize the use of electrified vehicles and provide a differentiated (and even longer-lasting) experience of standard test drives.
The service is launched by the recently launched electromagnetic Peugeot e-2008 electric SUV. The vehicle is urban, sturdy, and one-of-a-kind, with a high-performance battery that ensures a range of 345 km (WLTP cycle) and can be charged to 80% in 30 minutes at a 100 kW charging station. The new Peugeot e-2008 has an unmistakable feline appearance, complete with full LED headlights and impressive saber jaws. Already in the back, the model has LED flashlights that resemble the lion's claws. Inside, the car has the only Peugeot i-Cockpit 3D, which provides a wealth of capability for intuitive and exceptional driving, as well as 3D GPS navigation and control buttons known as toggle switches.