To bridge their consumers into the era of electrification, Oppel and Vauxhall will offer electrified versions of every model they make by 2024.
Opel and Vauxhall Motors already have several environmentally friendly vehicles such as the Astra plug-in hybrid, Grandland plug-in hybrid, Corsa-e, Mokka-e, Rocks-e, and various electric vans.
Opel hasn’t said much about the upcoming electric vehicles, but they will offer the best fast charging capability of 19.9 miles (32 km) per minute. Ope estimates their vehicle’s range to be between 311 and 497 miles (500 and 800 km).
Speaking of batteries, Stellantis, Mercedes and Total/Saft have joined forces for the Automotive Cells Company, which is slated to develop and manufacture high-performance electric vehicle batteries.
Production is scheduled for 2025 and the Kaiserslautern giga plant will have an industrial capacity of up to 32 GWh.