The Peugeot Ludix was launched in 2000. Thirteen years later, it was a best-seller with more than 230,000 manufactured. The French brand is now looking to revalidate the title of best-seller on the two-wheel market with the Peugeot e-Ludix, the electric version.
The Peugeot e-Ludix is a 100% electric scooter. You can drive with a moped license and a B driving license.
Peugeot e-Ludix has a German Bosch motor of 3 kW, powered by a removable lithium battery that can be recharged in 3 hours for 80% regeneration. The manufacturer announces a range of between 42 and 50 km.
Its design is inspired by the 2000s. It stands out for being very light (it weighs 88 kilos of which 11 kilos are provided by the battery). Also for being equipped with the latest technology, such as the intelligent and intuitive digital instrumentation display signed by Bosch. It is a 4.4-inch LCD screen that shows relevant information about the operation of the scooter, such as the level of charge, the instant consumption and the remaining autonomy.
The scooter has a kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) or regenerative braking in which the braking energy is returned to the battery.
The scooter is available in several colours and can be ordered online.
Peugeot Motorcycles announces a price of 3,499 euros. It remains to be seen whether this electric version will experience the same enthusiasm as its illustrious elder with combustion engine!
- Motor: Euro 5 air-cooled Brushless type
- Power supply: removable 1.6 kWh Lithium-ion battery
- Power: 3 kW
- Torque: 35 Nm at 200 rpm
- Autonomy announced: 42 km
- Front suspension: hydraulic telescopic fork
- Rear suspension: hydraulic shock absorber
- Front tire: 80 / 80-14
- Rear tire: 100 / 70-14
- Front brake: disc ø 190 mm
- Rear brake: drum ø 110 mm
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 1762 mm x 670 mm x 1137 mm
- Weight with battery: 88 kilos
The Peugeot e-Ludix was designed in Pune and is being manufactured in Pithampur for exports to France.
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