Peugeot has unveiled the new Partner and Partner Tepee, models that will be presented at the forthcoming Algiers Fair and which come equipped with new aesthetic, technical and functional displaysIn terms of aesthetics both models follow the renewal started last year with regard to the line of light commercial vehicles (VCL) with Boxer. Thus, the front adopts the language of style parallel to the other models of the brand, with optical groups redesigned contours, new grille with integrated symbol and new bumper, which accommodates fog lights and LED daytime running lights (depending on the level equipment). In addition, the new Partner benefits from a double offer of outdoor customization available at all levels of equipment, through the Look Pack and Integral Pack Pack.Reinforcing its commitment to what it has called “ludospaces”, Partner Tepee presents two new colors, GrayMoka and GrayArtense, which join the range already available – White Banquise, Red Ardent, Blue Kyanos, GrayAluminum, Gray Shark and Brown Nocciola. Managua’s 8-spoke 16-inch alloy wheels are also new and available as an option. Inside, register for new materials and new colors, which give a feeling of greater quality and enhanced comfort.On the other hand, the interior of the new Partner Tepee features new infotainment equipment with a 7-inch touchscreen integrated into the center console. Available as standard on level 3 and optional on level 2, it allows easy access to the different functions of the vehicle: on board computer, radio, reading of music files of the JukeBox (integrated hard disk) or smartphones, handsfree and navigation. The navigation, available as an option, includes the visualization of the speed limit signs and the traffic information with cartography of Europe. It also includes Bluetooth technologies, USB port, AUX socket and MirrorScreen function, to reproduce on the touchscreen of the vehicle the applications of the smartphone.Increasing safety, Active City Brake technology is now available as an option from level 2 before the end of 2015, allowing you to avoid the accident or reduce the impact in case of non-intervention of the driver in urban conditions, to less than 30 km / h. The rear view camera is available as an option from the second level of equipment, with the rear parking assist system (standard 3). To enhance the versatility of the Partner Tepee, the Grip Control system is also available, which improves traction levels on low grip terrains, allied to higher ground heights (15 cm) and Mud & Snow tires. Through a command in the center console, the driver can choose between different modes: Snow,

The standard equipment level is also richer in the Partner Tepee: cruise control as well as air conditioning are now available from level 2. The Outdoor version also features three separate and removable seats in the second row of seats. Side airbags are available as standard in the entry version.Regarding the powertrains, Partner Tepee has a wide range of options according to the Euro 6 standard, with VTi and Diesel BlueHDi petrol options with power between 75 hp and 120 hp. Of these, the four versions of the block 1.6 BlueHDi with powers of 75 hp (113 g / km of CO2), 100 hp with start / stop (109 g / km of CO2), 100 hp with start / stop and box piloted of six-speed (109 g / km CO2) and 120 hp with start / stop and six-speed manual gearbox (113 g / km CO2).During the first half of 2016 will be the turn of the three-cylinder turbo 1.2-liter PureTech petrol 110 hp associated with a 5-speed manual transmission join the line of options.The Partner Tepee will be available with 5 or 7 seater seats, with three removable seats in the second row and two equally removable seats in the third row in the seven seat version, while the cargo volume ranges from 675 to 3,000 liters.Work versionThe Partner-oriented version will feature Euro 5 engines, with the 1.6 HDi 75 hp and the 1.6 hp HDi 1.6 continuing to be available through June 2016, but will also have a wide range of state-of-the-art engines , already meeting the Euro 6 standard. In total, there are five new BlueHDi diesel engines, with powers between 75 hp and 120 hp, which are available since launch. The 1.6 version BlueHDi 100 S & S is a strong bet of the brand thanks to the low levels of emissions, in the order of 106 g / km of CO2.The line is complete with the Partner Electric version, with a 67 hp engine and a range of 170 km. Both the engine and the battery now have an eight-year warranty or 100,000 km.To ensure safety, to facilitate driving and to preserve your vehicle in time, the new Partner proposes standard safety equipment such as ABS, Emergency Brake Assist, Stability Control with Traction Control and Hill Assist, Pressure Sensor of the tires, with Active City Brake available as an option from level 1 from November 2015. Cruise Control is now standard from level 2 onwards. Grip Control is also available as an option.

partner offers a wide range of silhouettes, with two lengths, L1 of 4.38 m and L2 of 4.63 m, an elongated cabin version with retractable seat in the second row and a cabin chassis for the bodywork transformations. It also has more than 60 liters of storage space in the interior, both for the passengers and the driver. The enclosed space in front of the steering wheel or the small office desk located behind the folding back of the center seat makes life particularly easy for professionals. In addition, it has new infotainment equipment with 7-inch touchscreen and with ample connectivity possibilities.For companies, the brand also proposes a solution for fleet management, Peugeot Connect Fleet Management, which is divided into three separate service packs in terms of cost management and the car fleet2016 – PEUGEOT TRAVELERAt the end of last year we were able to meet the Citroën Spacetourer, Peugeot Traveler and Toyota Proace, the trio of vans that share the same platform thanks to the agreement between PSA and Toyota. They came fully renovated, giving a significant leap in quality and with the promise of appearing in public for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show. Information now comes from one of them: the Peugeot Traveler 2016.The name-first van comes to replace the old Peugeot Expert, based on the new EMP2 modular platform. This translates into maximum versatility, which allows you to configure the model in three different lengths. It starts with the Compact version measuring 4,600 mm, then the Standard version with 4.950 mm and ends with the Long version that reaches 5,300 mm. In this way they can travel between 5 and 9 passengers, besides offering a trunk volume between 1,500 and 4,900 liters.Design is one of its hallmarks of identity and has been completely modernized. Its lines are inspired by the line of passenger cars joining elements that resemble the 308 and 508. The front receives a three-dimensional grid that resembles that of the Peugeot 208. The side offers a large glazed surface. The height of the Traveler reaches 1,900 mm.It should be noted that the model arrives with two different concepts: Combispace and Shuttle. The first one is intended for individuals, receives the finishes Active and Allure, and can be configured with 5, 7 or 8 seats. The second is aimed at professionals in passenger transport and arrives with the Business finishing offering between 5 and 9 seats and with Business VIP with 6 and 7 seats.

In TravelerCombispace, with Active and Allure finishes, modularity and flexibility are sought. It is possible to configure the three rows of seats to suit the customer, taking 8 passengers or bouncing the seats to carry large items. It is designed to travel with family or friends in the most comfortable way and without giving up elements such as air conditioning trizone and 17-inch wheels.On the other side is the Traveler Shuttle, which becomes a rolling meeting room. It offers a solution for professionals and arrives with more comfort on board. There is a lot of versatility, with the Business version offering greater ease of access to the third row and the Business VIP, four or five seats with a built-in sliding table, making it an ideal space for work. Both versions of the Peugeot Traveler receive a line of fully updated engines that focused on reducing consumption. For now there will be no gasoline engines and only BlueHDI 1.6 and BlueHDI 2.0 diesel blocks will be available. The first comes with two power levels: 95 and 115 hp. The least powerful comes with a five-speed manual transmission (18.2 km / l) or an ETG6 (19.2 km / l) piloted transmission. The 115 hp engine is equipped with Start & Stop, and is coupled to a six-speed manual transmission and announces a consumption of 19.6 km / l. On the other hand, the 2.0 BlueHDI engine also features two power levels, both with Start & Stop. The 150 hp is combined with a six-speed manual transmission and announces a consumption of 18.9 km / l. The most powerful one reaches 180 hp, is coupled to an EAT6 automatic transmission and has a consumption of 17.2 km / l The interior has also been improved and in addition to better space and comfort elements, it also comes with the latest in technology and connectivity. The entire infotainment system can be controlled on the touch screen of 7.0 inches, which receives a new multimedia system with navigation and voice commands. It takes Peugeot Connect 2 that shows all kinds of information in real time.n addition, it includes Mirror Screen connectivity compatible with smartphones thanks to Apple CarPlay and Mirrorlink. There will be plenty of driving aids, with some breakthroughs in the Peugeot line such as driving time warning, driver’s lack of attention warning, signal recognition with maximum speed indication and Active Safety Brake.


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To honor its past, when the automobile industry was still taking its first steps, Peugeot today introduced the L500 R HYbrid, an avant-garde concept that pays homage to the L45 piloted by Dario Resta in the Indianapolis 500 and who won that year’s edition the iconic proof of endurance. This happened on May 30, 1916 and almost exactly 100 years later, the L500 R Hybrid now appears as a competition, albeit in purely a concept format.According to the French brand, the L500 R HYbrid stands out for its more elaborate dynamics and reinforced by the widest gauges, height of only 1 meter and weight limited to only 1,000 kg, allowing you to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.5 seconds and meet the first 1,000 meters after starting in 19 seconds.Utilizing a hybrid propulsion system capable of producing 500 horsepower, which was fully developed by the Peugeot Sport design teams and derives directly from that used in the 308 R HYbrid. It combines two electric motors – in the front and rear – to a gasoline engine with 270 hp, the same that is used in the 308 GTi, for a maximum torque set of 730 NmThe origin of the L500 R HYbriddates back to the early 20th century, when the L45 was born to be used in motor racing. The designation L45 is based on the model’s 4.5-liter capacity that was developed by a group of young rash pilots who became known to posterity as the ‘Charlatans’. This group of pilots was known by the three victories in the legendary American oval test between 1913 and 1919.With the L500 R HYbrid we are paying tribute to Peugeot’s competitive events of the early 20th century. Inspired by this spirit of performance and innovation, we wanted to produce Peugeot’s futuristic, sculptural and technologically advanced vision, “said Matthias Hossan, the concept’s developer.