Ready for fast charging


Opel’s 100% electric models, from the Corsa-e to the Vivaro-e, are ready to use this technology

With 12 electrified models already on the market, Opel is well on its way to fulfilling its commitment to become a 100% electric brand in Europe by 2028. And a model that perfectly embodies this ongoing transformation is the Opel Mokka. Not only was it the first Opel with the brand’s new front end, the Opel Vizor was also the first Opel with the fully digitized Pure Panel cockpit. In addition, it was the first Opel to be available with 100% electric power from the start of its commercialization and with highly efficient internal combustion engines, allowing customers to choose the powertrain that best suits their needs; with a choice that is increasingly 100% electric. In October, the Mokka-e was the B-segment electric SUV with the most sales in the important German domestic market, already accounting for 56% of Mokka sales.

The Opel Mokka-e, winner of the famous Golden Steering Wheel in Germany in 2021, impresses not only with its bold and pure design, but also with its performance. Its electric motor with 100 kW/136 hp and 260 Nm maximum torque offers power and a virtually silent drive. With a single charge of its 50 kWh battery, it is possible to travel up to 338 kilometers emission-free according to WLTP regulations. Its top speed is electronically limited to 150 km/h. Thanks to an advanced regenerative braking system, the Mokka-e can be even more efficient by recovering energy during deceleration and braking phases. At a 100 kW DC charging point, the battery can be quickly charged to 80% of its maximum level in about 30 minutes.

Fast charging is a core element of Opel’s extensive range of 100% electric passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. It does not matter whether a driver opts for a Corsa-e, a Mokka-e, a Combo-e Life, a Zafira-e Life, a Combo-e or a Vivaro-e, because in any case standard and independent of the vehicle segment, you can charge the battery with a capacity of up to 100 kW with direct current at a public charging station.

In addition, Opel’s 100% electric models are prepared for other charging options, for example three-phase alternating current up to 11 kW, via a wall box or a cable to the household socket. The ‘universal charger’, with specific adapters for the infrastructure, also enables charging in almost all sockets and public charging stations. With multiple adapters in one device, the universal charger brings together the functions of ‘Mode 2’ and ‘Mode 3’ cables. Customers can connect the charger to almost all country-specific power outlets in the home. Therefore, the universal charger is ideal for those who normally charge their car at home overnight and who occasionally make longer trips and need to charge on the go.

Source: La Verdad


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