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Peugeot iOn: She won a tender for more than 3,000 electric vehicles

The Peugeot iOn, 100% electric model launched in December 2010, has been retained by a french buying group, pilot Post and UGAP for the supply of electric car fleets.

This group, comprising 19 large french private companies and the public sector, has committed to order a minimum of 3074 Peugeot iOn over a period of 4 years. The largest volumes go to EDF (875 units), SPIE (400 units), Veolia (360 units), UGAP (300 units), Bouygues (299 units), etc..

The Peugeot iOn 100% electric, proposed version 2 places, met the award criteria defined which focused on technical merit, the cost for the use and performance in matters of environmental protection.

For quality service, 324 business centers are offered by the network to maintain the Peugeot electric cars.

The first vehicles will debut books 2012.

With the gain of this important market, Peugeot reaffirms its leadership in matters of electric cars. Precursor with 106 Electric commercialized in the mid-year and 90 with the iOn, 100% electric vehicle first new generation, Peugeot is one of the key players in the market of electric cars.

With already 2,500 orders in Europe in late October, Peugeot is in line with the set objectives. In France, Peugeot holds 32% of market share of electric vehicles.

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