At the 2016 Paris Motor Show, Opel hosted the world debut of the Ampera-E, the automaker's first long-range, affordable electric car.

Like its cousin the Chevrolet Bolt, the Ampera-E can go well over 200 miles on a single charge (over 310 miles NEDC or 238 miles on the official EPA rating system).

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At Paris Motorshow 2016, Opel revolutionizes electro-mobility with the new Ampera-e. The new battery electric car premieres at MondialAuto and exceeds all expectations. With a range of more than 500 kilometers*, the Ampera-e continues the largest model offensive in Opel’s history.

But that’s not all! The SUV-inspired Opel KARL ROCKS also celebrates its world premiere at Paris. The mini car can handle the daily challenges of the urban jungle, while dazzling onlookers with its trendy SUV look and feel.

Another highlight: the world-premiere of the new Opel Cascada special edition, a convertible with the certain something. As of November, the four-seat convertible can be ordered in three exterior colours.

*Preliminary value, measurement based on the standardized New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). Naturally, the maximum range in everyday use deviates from the NEDC values. In practice, factors such as road characteristics, weather conditions, driving style or additional load influence the range.

Prior to the Ampera-E hitting the stage in Paris, the electric car was driven some 259 miles to the show to prove that it's real-world range is more than sufficient for everyday driving needs and even those occasional longer journeys.