German automaker Opel has unveiled its Rocks-e Kargo car in Europe. Orders will start there later this year.
As for what is interesting, this vehicle has an eccentric appearance and has a spacious cabin with a cargo volume of more than 400 liters. The car is powered by an electric powertrain and promises a range of 75 km on a single charge.
Rocks-e Kargo is the latest addition to Opel's Sustainable Urban Mobility (SUM) family of vehicles and serves as a rebranded version of the Citroen My Ami Cargo.
These vehicles are ideal for emissions-free long-haul deliveries and are sure to attract a large number of buyers on the Old Continent. However, it is unclear whether this electric car will make its way to India.
The Opel Rocks-e Kargo features a sleek gray grille, round headlights, DRLs and a prominent bumper.
The car is flanked by two doors, round ORVM, widened wheel arches, and sporty alloy wheels. Round taillights and the words “ROCKS” adorn the rear.
For dimensions, this vehicle has a length of 2,410 mm, a height of 1,520 mm, and a width of 1,390 mm. This car also has a small turning radius of only 7,200 mm.
Opel Rocks-e Kargo carries an electric motor connected to a 5.5 kWh battery that can be fully charged in about four hours. This powertrain puts out a maximum of 12 hp and allows the vehicle to cover a distance of 75 km on a single charge.
Opel Rocks-e Kargo features a spacious cabin with an adjustable loading floor, which allows storage of items up to 1.2 meters in length. Payloads up to 140 kg can be transported.
A single seat and a steering wheel with a flat bottom are provided inside. Unfortunately, a touchscreen infotainment system and digital instrument cluster are not offered.