Opel is guaranteeing an innovative new electrical automobile with its Ampera-e, set to premiere worldwide at the Paris Motor Show which will occur between October 1-16, this year. The Ampera-e will be the very first fully electrical car revealed under the Opel brand, and is essentially a European variation of the Chevrolet Bolt, revealed January 2016 at the Detroit Auto Show. Although at first anticipated at the Geneva Motor Show, the Opel Ampera-e is set to make its launching at the French capital’s automobile event.
“The Opel Ampera-e makes electromobility completely feasible for daily use and prepared for the future,” states Opel CEO, Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann. “The Ampera-e shows remarkably how well sustainability and driving enjoyment can form a unity. And with its strong-as-an-ox electric motor, it provides pure fun to drive.”
With Opel assuring a variety of over 300km (186 miles), the Ampera-e competitors are the finest electrical vehicles on the marketplace, such as the Nissan Leaf, while providing a less expensive option to Tesla’s sedans.
Packing the battery pack under the vehicle floor produces a spacious interior, with seating for five passengers and trunk space similar with other cars in the compact class. The Ampera-e will likewise feature the brand’s latest-gen innovations, such as the IntelliLink infotainment system (suitable with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) and the Opel OnStar linked onboard system.
There should not be much distinction in specs between the Chevrolet Bolt and the Opel Ampera-e. The hatchback, which guarantees 204 horsepower, is set to sell at a competitive rate, anticipated to come in under EUR30,000 ($33,565) coming with relevant government subsidies.