It’s a curious anomaly that the latest Peugeot Partner – which shares its basis with the Citroën Berlingo and Vauxhall Combo – isn't yet available in electric form, but that you can still buy this old-shape Partner with batteries and an electric motor.
The Partner Electric was launched initially only as a compact (L1) van, before a long-wheelbase (L2) version was added. However, the Renault Kangoo ZE has continued to dominate the electric van sector, with the Nissan e-NV200 scooping up most of the remaining business.
Is the Partner Electric an overlooked gem, though? After all, it can provide up to 3.7m3 of capacity and transport as much as 636kg of payload. Power comes from a single 66bhp motor, and it manages an official range of 106 miles.