Opel has released details of the all-new Movano-e, the first battery electric vehicle from the German brand in the large van market segment. Its electric propulsion system delivers 90 kW (122 hp) and 260 Nm of torque, with the maximum speed electronically controlled at 110 km/h.

Depending on the model variant, customers can choose between 37 kWh and 70 kWh lithium ion batteries for ranges of 115 or 225 kilometres respectively in the WLTP combined cycle.

A regenerative braking system recovers the energy produced under braking or deceleration, and further increases efficiency.

For professional fleet management, the ‘Opel Connect’ telematics solution with ‘Free2Move Fleet Services’ can track the geographic location of the vehicle, optimise routes, monitor maintenance and fuel consumption and offer tips for more economical driving.

Opel CEO, Michael Lohscheller, says, “The new Opel Movano-e completes our range of electric light commercial vehicles. Our customers from trade and commerce can therefore drive and transport emissions-free. We are convinced that the new generation Movano will win additional market share for the brand.”