The French automaker envisions a powerful electric powertrain to back the car’s aggressive design. It is to be equipped with a 100 kWh battery pack to enable 600 km (373 miles) of range based on the WLTP standard. In real world range, it should easily result in over 483 km (300 miles) of range on a single charge.
As for charging that big battery pack, Peugeot didn’t release any details aside that they aim to “add 500 km of range in 25 minutes” and they want to offer induction charging.
The battery pack would feed an all-wheel-drive electric powertrain with an expected power output of 340 kW. Peugeot expects that it would result in a 0 to 100 km/h acceleration “in less than 4 seconds” and a maximum speed of 220 km/h (137 mph).
But the real showstopper is the design. In a world where too many automakers are still making weird-looking electric vehicles either to not sell them or to “differentiate” them from gas-powered cars, the e-Legend is extremely refreshing.