German teenagers can also rock-and-roll in Opel Rocks-e


That’s right! Citroën’s cute little EV, the AMI, has now taken a German form. After all, why should the French have all the fun, right? Well, the Opel Rocks-e will be available to order starting autumn in Germany first, followed by other markets later in 2022.

The Rocks-e looks just as cute as the Ami with its cartoonish looks. Except for the Opel badges front and rear and a unique livery with yellow accents, there aren’t many differences; not that the differences are mandatory in this case. That said, the wheel design (14-inches) is different.

The cabin features more yellow accents, of course. Obviously, the rest of the things remain the same, including an 8 hp (6 kW) electric motor that draws juice from a 5.5 kWh battery pack. The range as per WLTP is claimed to be 75 km (47 mi). The battery pack can be fully recharged in around 3.5 hours via any standard household socket.

And yes, in Germany, teenagers of age 15 and above are allowed to rock-and-roll in the Rocks-e with an AM class license.

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