This minivan variant of the van receives the same motorization as the utility, namely a motor of 49 kW (67hp) and 200Nm powered by two packs of batteries of 22,5 kWh. These provide up to 170 kilometers of energy in the NEDC cycle, or about 130 km in actual use.
Two charging solutions are provided: one AC power to a conventional socket, which will require a connection for 8:30 am for a full charge. The other, in direct current, allows to recover 80% of the autonomy in 30 minutes.
This full-featured electric version includes a 7-inch touchscreen that can display phone information via CarPlay or MirrorScreen, backup camera and GPS navigation.
As a result, the Tepee Electric Partner is more like a vehicle intended for a more urban than a peri-urban use. Question recharge, this ludospace has a small feature: two charging plugs.
One is placed on the front right wing and connects to the domestic current for a slow recharge, at least 8h30. The other, located on the left rear wing allows a quick charge to 80% in just 30 minutes, but only on a suitable terminal. Finally, arguments are similar to those of the competition that will see this new rival land on European markets at the beginning of the last quarter of 2017.