Following the Stellantis sister of Peugeot, Opel performed mechanical revisions and changed the specifications of its electric models to increase their autonomy with a single charge. The Corsa received an increase in autonomy of 4%, to 357km, and the Mokka by 6%, to 336km.
This has been achieved by optimizing the cabin heating and cooling system, which now works more efficiently. Opel claims that the changes will be especially noticeable when driving during the winter months.
In addition, the final gear has been revised, so better autonomy is achieved at higher speeds. Finally, the 16-inch Corsa and the 17-inch Mokka now use low-rolling-resistance tires with the A + rating, which further improves efficiency.
Both cars continue to use the same 135hp electric generator and 50kWh battery as before. 80% charging is achieved in 30 minutes if a fast 100kW charger is used.
Opel has also launched a new Plug & Go service, which allows users of its electric models (including vans) to receive a free home charger, a one-year battery and roadside warranty, as well as a free three-month subscription to the BP Pulse charger network and three years of free service.
Source: Nacionalna Klasa by www.nacionalnaklasa.com.
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