Rüsselsheim based Opel announced that by 2028 its entire product lineup will be pure electric. In a press release, the manufacturer detailed its current zero-emissions offerings and gave an insight into its future roadmap.
Opel offers a wide range of electrified options across different segments. Twelve electrified options from the small Opel Rocks-e to the large Movano-e transporter.
“Opel is on a consistent path to going electric – and in record time. We are thus making an important contribution to reducing CO2. And we will not stop with the conversion of our product range: Together with our partners, we will be manufacturing our own high-performance batteries in Kaiserslautern as early as 2025. In addition, a resource-friendly new campus is being built at our headquarters in Rüsselsheim,” said Opel CEO Uwe Hochgeschurtz, explaining the brand’s strategy.
All Opel light commercials vehicles already offer an emissions-free option. The Opel Combo-e, Vivaro-e and Movano-e are battery-electric, while the Vivaro-e HYDROGEN offers an option with fuel cell technology.
A BEV model will follow by mid-decade in the new interpretation of the Opel Manta. Furthermore, the successors of the Opel Crossland and Opel Insignia will also be electric.