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ELECTRIC VEHICLE CONNECTED SERVICES

Citroën offers you the easiest and most comfortable electric driving experience possible through a range of added-value Connected Services.

WHAT DOES THE MYCITROËN APP DO?

Many Citroën owners use the MyCitroën App to help them get the most out of their vehicle. For example you can download your vehicle’s handbook or it can help you locate your car if you’ve parked it in a new location or can’t see it in a busy car park. ​

The great news is that there is even more functionality if you drive an electric or hybrid vehicle with remote charging and more (see below).​

 

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REMOTE CHARGING AND TEMPERATURE SETTING

 

Using the MyCitroën app, you can check your vehicle's charge status and remotely verify the battery level at any time. Programming deferred charging or pre-setting the temperature of the passenger compartment, can all be done from the comfort of your sofa.  To get started you simply need to subscribe to the free e-Remote Control service in the app and be guided through a one-time secure activation process with your car and phone.

LOCATE CHARGING POINTS

 

You can use the bp pulse (formerly Polar Plus) app to find charging points on the UKs largest network.  As an owner of a new Citroën electric or hybrid vehicle, you'll qualify for 6 months free subscription when you add your Citroën Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to your bp pulse account.

 

 

FIND CHARGING POINT INFORMATION WITHIN CITROËN CONNECT NAV

If you choose a vehicle equipped with Citroën Connect Nav, you qualify for a free 3 year subscription to Real Time Traffic by TomTom Services.  The Real Time traffic offers you a wealth of useful live information to help avoid traffic jams and be aware of weather conditions on your route.  


For plug-in vehicles, public charging points can be shown on the map or found in a Point Of Interest (POI) search, including with live availability information for any connected charging points.

CHARGE-POINT FINDER
To find charging points in your area, who operates the points, and whether you have to pay to use them search the map below