Opel’s exciting range of electric vehicles

It gives the solution to those looking for the right car for daily movements without emissions, thanks to its integrated range of electric models. In addition, the professionals will find Opel the right model for each activity. The new generation of Opel professional vehicles with Combo Cargo Electric, Vivaro Electric and Movano Electric, is pioneering in terms of sustainable transport solutions. All of them have top in the category state-of-the-art driver support systems, without compromises in loading volume and payload. The brand with Thunder will continue its course towards electrification this year, marking Opel’s 125th anniversary in car construction. By the end of the year, each model Opel will have at least one electric version. Best-sellers: Corsa Electric, Mokka Electric and Astra Electric Opel Corsa impresses with its design and characteristic Opel Visor mask, with the spaces for up to five passengers and the technologies that make every trip more relaxing. In addition, it offers a driver’s pleasure without emissions of pollutants with two options: the new 115 kW/156 hp electric motor, with a battery of 51 kWh for autonomy up to 405 km (WLTP1) with one charge and the 100 kW/136 hp electric motor, with a battery of 50 kWh for autonomy up to 357 km (WLTP). When Corsa Electric needs recharging, only a short stop is required, since the battery is recharged to 80% of its capacity within about 30 minutes at a 100 kW DC fast charge station. Corsa Electric is expected in the Greek market in spring 2024. Thanks to its bold design, Opel Mokka Electric does not go unnoticed. In addition to the electric motor with a performance of 100 kW/136 hp and a torque of 260 Nm, the electric motor with a new battery of 54 kWh and a performance of 115 kW/156 hp was recently added to the range. This means that Mokka Electric can now travel up to 407 km at one charge (WLTP), with zero pollutant emissions. As in all fully electric Opel models, the battery is placed on the floor of the body, resulting in the Mokka Electric having a very stable foothold on the road, but also not to lose space in the passenger cabin or luggage compartment. The last generation of the best-seller of the compact Opel Astra class has a purely electric version, offering a unique driving experience. While in other electric cars the top speed is limited to 150 km/h or 160 km/h, Astra Electric reaches the top speed of 170 km/h, staying pleasantly silent. Astra Electric can travel up to 418 km (according to WLTP) before requiring a stop for charging. And all this, providing the highest level of comfort for passengers, with sports ergonomic seats with AGR certification, digital cocktail with Opel Pure Panel, as well as the new generation of Intelli-Lux LED® Pixel Light headlamps. Astra Electric will be available in the exhibitions Opel within the 2nd quarter of 2024. Young, innovative, special: Opel Rocks Electric Opel Rocks Electric is the smallest electric vehicle with battery in the Opel range. Easily, without emissions of pollutants and, above all, accessible to young people over 16 years old, Rocks Electric is Opel’s proposal in the field of micromobility. The smart, electric four-wheel with space for two persons and panoramic glass roof in the basic equipment offers autonomy up to 75 km, which can be traveled at a speed of up to 45 km/h. With a length of 2.41 metres, a width of 1.39 metres (without external mirrors) and a turning cycle of just 7.20 meters, Rocks Electric easily faces narrow turns and fits into small parking spaces. The electric four-wheeler has an unusual appearance, since the two doors have identical design and are instead opened. Rocks Electric will be available in the exhibitions Opel within the 2nd quarter of 2024.