The 63rd edition of the Hanovra Auto Show revealed the concept of an electric utility vehicle, more exactly the Opel Vivaro. The Russelsheim manufacturer revealed a zero-emission version of Opel Vivaro, found for now just as a concept model. Opel Vivaro E-Concept benefits from an electric engine able to provide an autonomy of 100 kilometers while a power output of 150 horses and 370 Nm of torque is offered.
The German manufacturer claimed that the batteries are well positioned, under the floor, mode exactly, so the load capacity remains barely untouched, at 750 kilograms. An extended autonomy up to 400 kilometers is possible because the Germans added an extra conventional engine in order to increase the autonomy of the Vivaro E-Concept, as the electric technology is still under development.
The Germans from Opel revealed a presentation video for the Opel Vivaro E-Concept with the ocassion of unveileing the electric model at the Hanovra Auto Show.