The Peugeot Partner Tepee Electric is basically showing the company's intention to make electric vehicles more accessible to the masses.
Ear-marked to make its debut at the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show in March, the EV's attractiveness stems from its proposition of low running costs and its zero-emissions environmental credentials.
For convenience, owners will be able to remotely control certain functions of the EV via a smartphone or tablet, such as the air-conditioning and battery charging.
There will be other standard driving assistance features such as hill-assist start, cruise-control, reverse camera and an eight-year or 100,000km battery warranty for some peace of mind.
Whether its for personal or business use, it's three rear seats are able to fully fold flat to expand the existing 1,350-litre boot space to 3,000 litres.
“The vehicle offers an impressive range and is easy to run and maintain, making it a highly attractive option for those looking to switch to electric,” said Peugeot UK managing director David Peel.