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Opel Ampera Owner's Manual
Opel Ampera Owner's Manual
Opel Ampera Owner's Manual.pdf
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Opel Ampera e Brochure
Opel Ampera e Brochure
Opel Ampera e Brochure.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.0 MB

Opel Ampera-e
Opel Ampera-e
Opel Ampera Range Extender
Opel Ampera Range Extender


Electric motor power 204 HP / 150 kW

Battery 60 kWh

Cruising range (NEDC / EPA / WLTP) 380 km

Charging time (220V / 380V / DC) 9 h. / - / 30 min.

Acceleration 0-100 km / h 7 s

Maximum speed 145 km / h


Electric motor power 150 HP / 111 kW

Battery 16 kWh

Cruising range (NEDC / EPA / WLTP) 80 km

Charging time (220V / 380V / DC) 4 h. / - / -

Acceleration 0-100 km / h 9 s

The maximum speed is 161 km / h

Review of Opel Ampera-e

OPEL AMPERA Owner's Manual & Brochure PDF above the page.


When Chevrolet introduced its first electric car, the Bolt EV, in 2016, one could expect with 100% certainty that the rest of the family of the concern, and first of all Opel, whose positions traditionally remain strong in the European market, will announce this soon.


And so it happened when, just a few months later, at the Paris Motor Show, the Opel Ampera-e electric car was presented, which almost exactly looked like the Chevrolet Bolt EV, with the only difference that the logo was replaced with the Opel badge.


There is nothing strange in such a release, it is a traditional marketing approach in order for the car to be associated with a specific brand, country and even continent.


It's no secret that American cars, with rare exceptions and in order for an electric car to be in demand in Europe, it was necessary to resort to such a simple manipulation.