Peugeot’s Boxer Electric is unveiled for the first time

Boxer Electric

The Boxer Electric was among the vehicles on display at Peugeot's stand at
the CV Show in Birmingham

The Peugeot Boxer Electric was unveiled for the very first time at the
Commercial Vehicle Show, held at Birmingham’s NEC.

The Boxer Electric is further continuation of Peugeot’s electrification
strategy, which will see all vehicles offered an electrified variant by

The vehicle on display at the NEC - from 30 April to 2 May - was an L1H1 435
panel van. Boxer Electric models will be produced at the Sevel plant in Val
di Sangro, in Italy, with conversions undertaken by partner BD Auto.

As well as the Boxer Electric, Peugeot’s most popular variant of the Boxer
panel van was also on display – the 335 L3 H2 BlueHDi 130 Professional.

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