Citroen unveiled the Ami electric quadricycle last year. It is now time for Opel to unveil a similar car.
Opel unveiled the Rocks-e quadricycle, which is based on the same Citroen Ami. It features the same cubic exterior and employs the same technological components. However, it has specific Opel details.
In addition, Opel claims that the Rocks-e is the first SUM (Sustainable Urban Mobility) vehicle, with an 8-horsepower electric engine and a compact battery pack capable of a maximum range of 75 kilometres (47 miles).
The battery can be charged in about three and a half hours using a standard household outlet. The top speed of the Opel Rocks-e is limited to 45 km/h (28 mph), which implies that it will be legal in several European nations for anyone as young as 15 to drive it.
Opel plans to introduce the Rocks-e in Germany this fall, with sales expanding to other European countries in early 2022.Source: Opel