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10 12 2018 01

Opel has been releasing details regarding their planned electrification strategy over the next two years. Among other things, the manufacturer will open the order books for two electrified models in the first half of 2019: the new electric Corsa and the Grandland X plug-in hybrid.

Opel’s bestseller, the Corsa, is being offered as a fully electric version for the first time. It is considered likely that the BEV will have the same technical foundation as the DS3 Crossback. The latter is based on the PSA Group’s new CMP (Common Modular Platform) platform, which provides the foundation for fully electric vehicles in the B and C segments. Either way, Opel CEO Michael Lohscheller promises a competitive price for the market launch: “With the new Corsa, we are making e-mobility affordable for a wide range of customers. This will be a genuine Volkswagen electric car.” These words are strongly reminiscent of Volkswagen’s Electric for all campaign, which is accompanied by statements such as “We don’t produce for millionaires, but for millions” with an eye on the market launch of the ID. EV.

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