The new Opel Rocks, the German carmaker’s first all-electric ATV, is now available for order in Germany.
With a starting price of just € 7,990, the Rocks is a battery-powered electric vehicle that could easily become very appealing to many driving enthusiasts. Rocks in Germany can be driven by drivers aged 15…
Only 2.41 meters long, 1.39 meters wide (without exterior mirrors) and weighing only 471 kilograms (including the traction battery), the Opel Rocks is the ticket to electric mobility, especially for beginners. Because it is officially classified as a light motor vehicle or quad bike, 15-year-old teenagers are allowed to drive Rocks with a driver’s license in Germany.
Even the initial variant of 7,990 euros already offers a range of up to 75 kilometers, and drives at a top speed of up to 45 km / h. This makes it ideal for everyday city traffic, and with a turning circle of just 7.20 m, the Rocks can also overcome narrow curves and fit into small parking spaces.
5.5 kWh battery
Opel Rocks can be fully charged in about 3.5 hours via a home outlet. The three-meter-long accompanying charging cable is permanently housed in the vehicle and can be easily pulled out of the front passenger door if required. Opel offers a charging adapter at a public charging station.
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