Friday, January 21, 2022

Opel launches €8000 Electric Car

The Opel Rocks-e is now available to order in Germany at list prices starting at 7,990 euros.

Opel had introduced the Rocks-e at the end of August .

The basic version price starts from 7,990 euros. The Klub and TeKno versions start at 8,790 euros each. There are no state subsidies for the purchase of light electric vehicles, although politicians are said to be considering subsidies for light electric vehicles.

Opel Rocks official launch Video

The new Opel Rocks-e can be ordered online in Germany starting today. Selected Opel partners offer product advice, test drives and support for the online ordering process.

“With the opening of the order books for our new Opel Rocks-e we make the transition to electric mobility simple and affordable for everyone, from urban commuters to novice drivers,” says Opel Germany CEO Andreas Marx. “No superfluous extras, the Rocks-e is pure emissions-free mobility. With bold and pure design, extremely compact dimensions and an appearance that is both functional and unconventional.”

The first vehicles are to be delivered to dealers before the end of the year – i.e. in the next two months. When the vehicle will become available beyond its native market is still unclear, but expected.

The Car is intended fort short trips. In the basic version Opel says the Mini vehicle offers the maximum achievable range of up to 75 kilometers according to WLTP.

The Opel Rocks-e Klub and Opel Rocks-e TeKno equipment lines, available from 8,790 euros, bring “even more colour into play” with additional features, according to the Rüsselsheim-based German company.

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The main difference is in the design. Opel mentions, for example, wheel trims in x-design, vertically running black trim stripes on the driver and passenger side, trim on the front and rear apron in grey (in the Klub trim) or yellow (TeKno) and correspondingly coloured storage nets, bag hooks and inserts in the instrument and centre console.

Also standard on Klub and TeKno: a smartphone holder and DAT connectivity; optional is a Bluetooth hands-free kit.

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