The brand’s first electric utility vehicle, the electric Citroën Berlingo returns in a second generation in 2021 with a new battery bringing its range to 275 km.
The third and last vehicle of the Citroën utility trio arrives. After the big brothers ë-Jumpy and ë-Jumper, it is the turn of the electric Citroën Berlingo to reveal itself. The chevron brand thus respects its promise of a 100% electrified range.
Based on the third generation of the utility vehicle, this Citroën ë-Berlingo is distinguished by two bodies: M of 4.40 meters and XL of 4.75 meters. Varying from 3.3 to 4.3 m3, its useful volume can contain two Europallets and up to 800 kg of cargo. It is therefore better than the 4.1 m3 and 695 kg of the old model. The 3-seater cabin does not differ from the thermal versions. Citroën provides a 3-mode selector (Eco, Normal and Power) specific to electric driving.
The 100 kW / 260 Nm engine is identical to the electric C4 sedan, as is its battery. The autonomy of the electric Citroën Berlingo peaks at 275 km in the WLTP cycle with the 50 kWh pack compared to 170 km NEDC (138 km WLTP) previously. In 7.4 kW, count 7 h 30 for a full tank (or 5 h on three-phase 11 kW). On the Combo port, DC charging provides up to 100 kW for 80% of energy recovered in 30 minutes.
What date will the electric Citroën Berlingo be on the market?
The launch of the electric Citroën ë-Berlingo will take place in spring 2021, at a price still unknown. In the coming days, we should also discover the equivalents at Peugeot and Opel.
Beyond the utility version, a VP version is also on the program.