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Jan 31, 2023

On January 30, Stellantis announced that it will present its Peugeot e-Expert Hydrogen and Citroën ë-Jumpy Hydrogen at Hyvolution Paris. The Hydrogen Stellantis offer is aimed at “big wheeler” professionals who then have 400 km of autonomy, with a recharge carried out in 3 minutes, zero emissions, and no compromise on the useful capacities of the vehicle (1,000 kg of payload).
Stellantis will have an annual production capacity of 5,000 fuel cell-equipped mid-size vans at its Hordain site in France from next year. The Peugeot e-Expert Hydrogen, Citroën ë-Jumpy Hydrogen, and Opel Vivaro-e Hydrogen will then be industrialized on the multi-energy line at the Hordain site. It will be the first factory in the world to produce a vehicle with three different types of energy.

Based on Stellantis press release

Jan 28, 2023

On January 26, Alfa Romeo CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato unveiled the Tonale crossover in Tokyo as he outlined the brand's electrification strategy.
Alfa Romeo is developing a new E-segment full-electric vehicle to expand in the U.S. beyond the D-segment Giulia sedan as it seeks to generate 40% of its global sales from outside Europe by 2030, compared with only 18% in 2021.
The new EV will launch in the U.S. sometime in 2027, with the body shape and design of the vehicle to be fixed in the coming year.
Imparato did not say what body shape the vehicle would take, only that it does not need to be a crossover.
With the importance of aerodynamics for EVs, Imparato said that opens decisions to sedans or more creative versions of traditional segment profiles.
The Japanese debut of the mild-hybrid Tonale, which launched in 2022 in Europe, is part of the effort to create new markets, with deliveries of PHVs to begin also in the U.S. in Q2.
In tandem with Alfa Romeo’s regional diversification goal, the company plans to go all-electric by 2027.
Alfa Romeo's first battery-electric model, based on an ICE model, will launch in 2024, followed by the first dedicated EV in 2025.
By 2027, Alfa Romeo intends to have only battery-electrics in its global lineup.
(multiple sources on January 26, 2023)

Jan 27, 2023

On January 26, Stellantis announced Peugeot E-Lion Project.  It is a holistic project, a 360° approach based on 5 E’s “Ecosystem” of products and services, based on the STLA enablers; “Experience” the end-to-end customer experience, from charging to connectivity; “Electric” commitment to having a 100% BEV line-up by 2025; “Efficiency” minimizing kilowatt consumption; and “Environment” commitment to achieving Carbon net zero by 2038.
From 2023, every model in the Peugeot line-up will be electrified. By 2025, Prugeot will have a 100% electric offer. BY 2030, 100% of Peugeots sold in Europe will be 100% electric.  
Peugeot will release 5 new EVs in 2 years. These are e-308, e-308 SW (first European electric estate), e408, e-3008, and e-5008. The electric 308 and 308 SW will be powered by a brand-new electric engine, developing 115 kW (156 bhp) and with a range of over 400 km. e-3008 (C-SUV) will be revealed in the second half of 2023. The range will be up to 700 km, with 3 electric powertrains, including a dual motor. It will be the first car launched with the new state-of-the-art STLA Medium platform. e-5008 will be launched after the introduction of e-3008.
Peugeot is also introducing new hybrid technology with MHEV 48v. It will have a strong roll out this year with 208, 2008, 308, 3008, 5008 and 408. The Peugeot Hybrid 48V system consists of a new-generation 100hp or 136hp PureTech gasoline engine, coupled to a 6-speed electrified dual-clutch gearbox that incorporates an electric motor (21 kW). Thanks to a battery that recharges while driving, it offers increased low-end torque and a 15% reduction in fuel consumption.

Based on Stellantis press release