Opel, the German automaker owned by Stellantis, has unveiled its new Combo Electric and Zafira Electric models, which are designed to offer comfort, space, and technology for families, travelers, and VIP services. The two models are part of Opel’s strategy to electrify its entire product portfolio by 2024 and to become a fully electric brand in Europe by 2028.

The new Opel Combo Electric: A versatile and spacious family vehicle

The Opel Combo Electric is the ideal family vehicle, offering space for up to seven people and a load volume of up to 4,000 liters. The new model features a redesigned front with the Opel Vizor brand face, which extends seamlessly into the LED headlights. The model also offers new features such as full LED headlights and Intelli-Lux LED Matrix Light, which adapts the light beam to the traffic situation and provides optimal visibility.

The Combo Electric is powered by a 50 kWh battery, which is located under the floor and does not compromise the interior space. The battery provides a range of up to 330 kilometers (WLTP) on a single charge, which can be extended by up to 10 percent with the Eco Mode. The battery can be recharged to 80 percent in 30 minutes at a 100 kW fast charger. The model also offers a power output of 100 kW (136 hp) and a maximum torque of 260 Nm, which allows it to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 11.2 seconds and reach a top speed of 130 km/h.

The Combo Electric also offers high safety and convenience, with up to 18 assistance systems that make every journey more relaxing. These include a high-resolution 180-degree rear-view camera, a head-up display, a lane-keeping assistant, a traffic sign recognition system, a blind spot warning system, and an automatic emergency braking system. The model also features a fully digital cockpit with a 10-inch color touchscreen based on the Snapdragon Cockpit platform from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. The infotainment system offers best-in-class connectivity, with wireless smartphone connection and inductive charging, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

The new Opel Zafira Electric: A comfortable and stylish travel companion

The Opel Zafira Electric is the perfect travel companion, offering space for up to nine people and a load volume of up to 4,900 liters. The new model also features the Opel Vizor brand face, which gives it a distinctive and modern look. The model also offers high comfort and luxury, with leather seats, a panoramic roof, a heated steering wheel, and a dual-zone climate control system.

The Zafira Electric is powered by a 75 kWh battery, also located under the floor and does not compromise the interior space. The battery provides a range of up to 350 kilometers (WLTP) on a single charge, which can be extended by up to 10 percent with the Eco Mode. The battery can be recharged to 80 percent in 45 minutes at a 100 kW fast charger. The model also offers a power output of 100 kW (136 hp) and a maximum torque of 260 Nm, which allows it to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 13.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 130 km/h.

The Zafira Electric also offers high safety and convenience, with up to 18 assistance systems that make every journey more relaxing. These include a high-resolution 180-degree rear-view camera, a head-up display, a lane-keeping assistant, a traffic sign recognition system, a blind spot warning system, and an automatic emergency braking system. The model also features a fully digital cockpit with a 10-inch color touchscreen based on the Snapdragon Cockpit platform from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. The infotainment system offers best-in-class connectivity, with wireless smartphone connection and inductive charging, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

How Opel compares to its competitors in the electric family and travel market

Opel is not the only automaker offering electric models for families, travelers, and VIP services. There are several competitors in the market that offer similar products, such as the Volkswagen ID.Buzz, the Citroën ë-SpaceTourer, and the Mercedes-Benz EQV. Here is a comparison table that shows how the Opel Combo Electric and the Opel Zafira Electric compare to these models in terms of price, range, power, and load volume.

Model Price (USD) Range (WLTP) Power (kW/hp) Load volume (liters)
Opel Combo Electric 38,500 330 km 100/136 4,000
Opel Zafira Electric 54,000 350 km 100/136 4,900
Volkswagen ID.Buzz 51,000 423 km 150/204 2,232
Citroën ë-SpaceTourer 51,000 330 km 100/136 4,500
Mercedes-Benz EQV 77,000 418 km 150/204 1,030

As the table shows, the Opel Combo Electric and the Opel Zafira Electric offer competitive prices, ranges, and power outputs compared to their rivals. They also offer significantly more load volume, which makes them ideal for transporting large groups of people and their luggage. The Opel Zafira Electric, in particular, stands out as the only model that can accommodate up to nine people, which makes it suitable for VIP services and shuttle operations.

Conclusion: Opel is electrifying the family and travel market with its new Combo and Zafira models

Opel, the German automaker owned by Stellantis, has unveiled its new Opel Combo Electric and Opel Zafira Electric models, designed to offer comfort, space, and technology for families, travelers, and VIP services. The two models are part of Opel’s strategy to electrify its entire product portfolio by 2024 and to become a fully electric brand in Europe by 2028.

The two models feature the Opel Vizor brand face, the Intelli-Lux LED Matrix Light, and the Snapdragon Cockpit platform from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. They also offer a range of up to 350 kilometers (WLTP) on a single charge, a power output of 100 kW (136 hp), and a load volume of up to 4,900 liters. The two models also offer high safety and convenience, with up to 18 assistance systems and best-in-class connectivity.

The two electric cars also compare favorably to their competitors in the market, such as the Volkswagen ID.Buzz, the Citroën ë-SpaceTourer, and the Mercedes-Benz EQV. With the new Combo Electric and Zafira Electric models, Opel is electrifying the family and travel market and offering its customers a sustainable and sensible mobility solution.



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