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The upcoming Opel Ampera-e clearly fits into the category. In Germany, the Opel Ampera-e will have a starting price of 34.950 € for the entry-level version, while the top of the line version will be priced at 39.680 €.
Opel Ampera-e . With an expected price before incentives in Europe from 35.000 € to 39.000 €, depending on the trim level, this is the electric car that is getting all the attention (if we ignore Tesla Motors).
Opel Ampera-e Monthly and annual sales figures for the Opel Ampera -e EV in Europe. The Opel Ampera -e is an all-electric hatchback/MPV with a theoretic range of 520km (380km under the more realistic WLTP testing procedure), it’s basically a Chevrolet Bolt EV with a few design changes.
While 2017 Chevy Bolt EV deliveries haven't really begun in the US yet, it seems that testers in Europe have already been granted access to the European equivalent (re-badging), the Opel Ampera-e.
2017 Opel Ampera-e Exterior. A quick look at the Ampera-e shows it is a replica of the Chevrolet Bolt.. The only differences between the two is the Ampera-e’s redesigned front bumper, its new grille which features two thin chrome strips and Opel emblems on the front and rear fascias.
Opel therefore also tested the Ampera-e approximated to the speed profile defined in the WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) driving cycle (shortened test procedure).
For Opel, with its declared autonomy of 520 km (according to the European homologation cycle NEDC, 380 according to the specifications of the new standard WLTP) the 2018 Opel Ampera-E is the zero-emission car destined to revolutionize the electric car market.
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Autocar recently had the chance to test drive the Opel Ampera-e in Norway, which is the launching point of the EV this month. From there, the Ampera-e will spread across Europe, although we have ...