Opel and its British subsidiary Vauxhall released today a teaser image of the all-new Corsa subcompact, which soon will be available as an EV.
About a year since announcing the PACE! strategic plan, Opel - under new owner (PSA Group) - becomes profitable and outlines future EV plans.
The French PSA Group, the company with five brands - Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Vauxhall and Opel - announced that electrification begins in earnest next year.
Vauxhall, the British arm of Opel, announced that the upcoming all-electric Corsa (Opel Corsa) will be named Vauxhall eCorsa.
The Opel Ampera-e (the Chevy Bolt in the US) was being sold at a 10,000 Euro (US $11,901) loss, and that totally messes up new parent PSA's plans.
The PSA Group, after acquisition of Opel/Vauxhall, announced a new PACE! strategic plan for profitability, and to put a plug on every model by 2024
Hull City Council in East Yorkshire blocked EV charging in the driveway because the owner didn't have planning permission for the electric charging portal.
UK Dealership Tries to Pump Up Vauxhall Ampera Sales With Incentives, Free Charger and $2,600 in Free “Fuel”
It's no secret that sales of the Vauxhall/Opel Ampera have been on the soft side and perhaps that's why General Motors only produced 205 Amperas in the first...