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Opel to offer EV variants of all models in 2024

German automaker Opel has announced that its subcompact Crossland SUV will be offered with an all-electric drive in 2024, meaning that every product in Opel’s portfolio will be available as an EV as early as next year.

The range of Opel EVs currently consists of the Rocks Electric quadricycle; the Combo-e Life and the Zafira-e Life vans; and the Corsa, Mokka and Astra EVs. Aside from the upcoming Crossland, these will be joined by the new compact Grandland SUV next year.

Opel also offers EV versions of its entire commercial vehicle portfolio, which includes the Rocks Electric Kargo, Combo-e, Vivaro-e and Movano-e. The portfolio of Opel electrified vehicles also features a range of hybrids, including models from the company’s sub-brand GSe: the Astra GSe, the Astra Sports Tourer GSe and the Grandland GSe. Opel will offer 15 electrified models by the end of this year, and says it is committed to offering a fully electric product portfolio in Europe by 2028.

Source: Stellantis

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