Opel Taking Reservations For Ampera-E In Germany, Won’t Arrive Until 2018
Opel has already opened its Ampera-e reservation book in Germany, accepting €1,000 pre-orders for its first all-electric model, based on the Chevrolet Bolt EV with 238 miles/383 km of real world range.
The bad news is that reservation page states a 2018 delivery date.
In Germany, the Ampera-e starts from €39,330 (≈$44,900), but there is also a fully-equipped First Edition for €44,060 (≈$50,300).
Norway was the first market for the EV, as Opel has already begun Ampera-e deliveries from May.
Preliminary registrations data suggest that more than 300 will be registered in June (some 550 total YTD).
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