Peugeot iOn review

A decade and a half later, and in more timely fashion, PSA is back with the Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-Zero. It’s effectively a re-badged Mitsubishi i-MiEV, which means a 66bhp electric motor powered by lithium-ion batteries, mounted under the centre of the vehicle, that can be fully recharged in seven hours from a standard 13-amp socket, and giving the 3.5-metre long iOn city car a range of 93 miles. While the firm is realistic about the potential of electric cars (estimating an EU market share of four to five…