I am buying a new Peugeot e-208 (Full electric) and I noticed something strange in the contract:
Peugeot warrants all its new cars for 12 years against corrosion, but for electric cars they reduce the warranty to 7 years.
This is somewhat strange as the e-208 is supposed to be exactly the same platform and body as the thermal version.
There is a reason for every line in a contract, so what could it be? Does an electric car corrode faster? Maybe there is some interaction with the charging system that enhances oxidation.