Opel Vivaro eConcept to Debut in Hanover

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Opel Vivaro e-Concept to in Hanover

21 September, 2010

Opel’s Vivaro e-Concept, an van with an extended range of up to 250 will make its debut on at the 2010 IAA Commercial Vehicle in Hanover, Germany.

The Opel e-Concept is equipped with a 111 kWh battery that supply 370 Nm of

The Vivaro e-Concept can achieve 100km of pure electric range, and on longer journeys, a extender enables the vehicle to be up to approximately 400 km. This technology that the van is always driven yet allows drivers to reach destinations anxiety-free.

The lithium-ion battery modules, can be re-charged on a standard household outlet, are mounted under the of the vehicle where they are from the elements and easily for maintenance whilst still 5.0m3 of load capacity and up to of payload.

At the CV in Hanover, Opel also present its all-new freshly upgraded Opel the Combo and Astravan compact as well as the small Corsavan.

The Opel Movano, launched this year, is powered by a new of four-cylinder, 2.3 CDTI common-rail engines with a smaller The three output levels 74 hp, 92 kW/125 hp and 107 kW/146 hp are all combined a six-speed manual gearbox. fuel consumption as low as 7.8/100km and CO2 of 203 g/km, the new Opel Movano has the lowest values in its class.

The modifications to the Opel Vivaro line include a diesel program revised for fuel and a redesigned cab interior. The 2.0 CDTI versions, with 66 kW/90 hp or 84 hp, are also optionally available an environmentally friendly diesel filter (DPF). The upper end of the scale is marked by the 2.5 CDTI kW/146 hp) variant. The Vivaro comes with a 2.0 liter (86 hp) gasoline engine. As an alternative to the six-speed transmissions, the two most diesels also can come an automated six-speed Easytronic

Depending on the model and the version, fuel consumption ranges 7.5 und 7.8 l/100 km. For the equally powerful, ecoFLEX versions it is just 7.4 km.

The Opel Combo’s engine is as diverse as its range of uses. is a choice of two diesel units, one and an especially environmentally-friendly 1.6-liter CNG gas engine. The output scale from 55 kW/75 hp to 74 kW/100 hp.

19 kilograms of natural gas and a 14-liter reserve tank, the 69 kW/94 hp CNG ecoFLEX has a range of up to 550 kilometers emitting only 133 g/km of

Even the Corsavan the smallest of the Opel commercial vehicle offers carrying capacities combined with typical and style, make it the ideal delivery van. The Corsavan is on the three-door Corsa hatchback, ensures a pleasant ambience for the and passenger. The back seat is by an efficiently designed load with a capacity of up to 919 liters, to VDA standards. Three gasoline and diesel engines are available, a 1.3-liter CDTI ECOTEC with Start/Stop a first in the van sector. This engine the Euro 5 emissions standard and has a diesel particulate filter.

Over the combined cycle, it only 4.0 liters of diesel per 100 which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 105

If the Opel Vivaro is too large and the too small for some buyers’ the Astravan provides the ideal Based on the popular Astra Wagon (the previous series “H”), it combines the of a compact sedan with cargo capacity of up to 1,579 a top value in this category. Six diesels and a gasoline engine the powertrain line-up, ranging in from 66 kW/90 hp to 110 kw/150 hp.

The engines consume around 5.0 km (combined cycle) and are fitted six-speed manual gearboxes, the automated six-speed Easytronic is available as an option for the 1.9 CDTI The 66 kW/90 hp 1.4 TWINPORT ECOTEC unit with a five-speed requires only 6.1 l/100 km in the cycle.

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