2023 Opel Rocks-e Kargo EV – Opel has introduced a new member to its Sustainable Urban Mobility (SUM), vehicle family. The Rocks-e Kargo is a small, electric vehicle that can haul stuff in urban environments. It’s ideal for last-mile delivery and emits no emissions. The Rocks-e Kargo, according to the European Union classification is a quadricycle and not a vehicle.
2023 Opel Rocks-e Kargo EV Specs
The Rocks-e Kargo, a rebadged Citroen Mami Cargo, is the Rocks-e Kargo. A storage area with a capacity of more than 106 gallons (405 Liters), of cargo volume, was installed in place. Rocks-e Kargo’s adjustable loading platform can accommodate longer items. You can store up to 47.2 inches (1 meter) of objects. It can store a payload up to 309 lb (1,4 m) The Rocks-e Kargo is capable of holding parcels, pizzas, and other items. The Rocks-e Kargo is a small urban cargo trucker. It measures only 94.9 inches (2.41m), is 54.7in (1.39m), and is 59.8in (1.52m) in length. high. The tiny EV can fit in tight places thanks to this. The EV’s turning radius is 283.5 inches (7.2m), making it extremely maneuverable.
Opel Rocks-e Kargo, a two-seat passenger electric vehicle, produces 8 horsepower (6. kilowatts) continuous power. You can also increase the power output to 12 horsepower (9 kW). In just four hours, the 5.5-kWh battery can also be charged with an AC household plug. According to WLTP standards, it has an electric driving range up to 46.6 miles (75 km).
2023 Opel Rocks-e Kargo EV Released
Opel will begin receiving Rocks-e Kargo orders in Germany and the Netherlands later this year. We expect other markets to follow but we don’t know if the product will ever become available in the US. Stellantis rented the Citroen I last year.