Opel Rocks-e KARGO costs more than seven major
Opel starts selling new Rocks-e KARGO. Refers to the recently announced Rocks-e electric commercial vehicle, which is based on Citroën Ami. The car is available for over seven main.
Michael van Wijngaarden
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In Rocks-e KARGO, the passenger seat has been replaced by a cargo area with a capacity of 260 liters. There is space for items up to 1.20 meters high. In total, the city car provides about 260 liters of cargo space with a load of 140 kg.
Electric motor provides continuous power of 6 kW (8 hp) and peak power of 9 kW (12 hp) during acceleration. The 5.5 kWh battery can be fully charged for approximately 4 hours via a 220V household socket (1.8 kW charging speed). A full battery provides up to 75 kilometers (WLTP), according to Opel.
Rocks-e has a top speed of 45 km / h and thus complies with European Union quadricycles principles of light. The vehicle can be operated by anyone from the age of 16 with an AM or B driving license.
More than 7 million
The new Rocks-e KARGO is available from 7,399 euros (excluding VAT). It is also available for operational rental at a monthly rate from 169 euros (via Free2Move Rental, based on 60 months and 5,000 kilometers per year).
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