Vauxhall electric vans to be shown at the Birmingham showAugust 19, 2021
The brand Vauxhall will present three commercial models of different dimensions at once, which are redesigned Opel and Fiat cars.
British brand Vauxhall is preparing to unveil its EV commercial lineup. The world debut will take place at the Commercial Vehicle Show, which is taking place near the city of Birmingham.
The brand needs to expand its lineup with models based on alternative energy sources, so the brand will release several new electric vehicles under its nameplate, thereby becoming, in fact, the first manufacturer of this kind of commercial vehicles in the UK, providing itself with a qualitative advantage over competitors.
In total, it is planned to show three cars, the most compact of which will be the Combo-e. It has a 50 kWh battery, which allows it to travel about 275 kilometers on a single charge using the WLTP method.
Vivaro-e will perform in the middle segment. This van is unique in that it runs on hydrogen fuel cells, the stock of which is designed for as much as 400 kilometers. Its market debut is scheduled for later this year.
The flagship of the entire line will be Movano – e. In it, you can easily recognize the next clone of the well-known line of commercial vehicles, which are already produced under three brands Fiat, Peugeot and Citroen. Movano is said to provide the largest interior space in its class. The power reserve does not exceed 223 kilometers.
Note that Vauxhall will try to electrify its entire lineup by 2024, and by 2028, it will completely get rid of cars with internal combustion engines.
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