The PSA Group has revealed plans for a new electrified eVMP platform (Electric Vehicle Modular Platform) that will underpin its larger vehicles from 2020 onwards as it moves towards a fully electrified line-up.
- PSA Group’s future hybrid and electric vehicles to be underpinned by eVMP architecture.
- eVMP platform to form the basis for C- and D-segment sedans and SUVs.
- eVMP-based EVs to have a driving range of up to 650km.
Which platforms currently underpin PSA Group vehicles?
The French giant, whose brands include Citroën, DS, Peugeot and Opel/Vauxhall, currently uses two ‘multi-energy’ platforms: CMP and EMP2. The CMP architecture, for small vehicles, can utilise combustion-engined and electric powertrains, while the EMP2 is designed for ICE-only and plug-in hybrid systems.
How will the upcoming eVMP platform be positioned?
By 2025, PSA says…