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The third generation of Opel Movano will be a clone of the Peugeot Boxer and Citroën Jumper, and will offer a 100% electric version for the first time.

Marketed since 1997, the Opel Movano, for its first two generations, was designed in collaboration with Renault and was nothing other than a rebadged clone of the Renault Master. Now part of the PSA Group, which recently became Stellantis, Opel unveils the third generation of its large utility model, which will now adopt the Peugeot Boxer and Citroën Jumper platform, and complete Opel’s family of light commercial vehicles, with the Combo and Vivaro.

Opel Movano (2021): many possibilities

According to the German firm, the new Opel Movano displays the best figures in its class in terms of payload, cargo volume and total permissible laden weight, with a wide choice of bodies, lengths and heights. Indeed, it is offered in four lengths (L1 to L4) and three heights (H1 to H3), with a maximum loading volume ranging from 8 to 17 m3, and payloads of up to 2.1 tonnes.

The Opel Movano can offer multiple possibilities, whether for professional use as a delivery van, or for leisure by serving as the basis for campervans and other motorhomes. And to motorize this, the 2.2 liter diesel engines

offer power levels ranging from 120 to 165 horsepower, with up to 370 Nm of torque available at low revs, and a six-speed manual gearbox.

Opel Movano-e (2021): 122 horsepower and 224 kilometers of range

Opel is committed to offering an electrified version of all its passenger and utility vehicle models by 2024. With its maximum speed limited to 110 km / h, the 100% electric version Opel Movano-e will be intended primarily for deliveries of the last mile in urban areas: it is equipped with a electric motor with 112 horsepower and 260 Nm of torque, and with its two battery levels (37 kWh and 70 kWh), it offers a maximum autonomy of respectively 117 and 224 kilometers, according to the WLTP combined cycle.

The new Opel Movano will be marketed by the end of 2021, at prices to be announced later.

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