2023 Opel Rocks-e Kargo – Opel has added a new member of its Sustainable Urban Mobility (SUM) vehicle family. The Rocks-e Kargo, a small electric vehicle capable of hauling stuff in urban environments, is now available. It is ideal for last-mile delivery and doesn’t emit any emissions. According to the European Union classification, the Rocks-e Kargo is a quadricycle, not a vehicle.
2023 Opel Rocks-e Kargo Review
The Rocks-e Kargo is a rebadged Citroen Mami Cargo. The passenger seat was replaced by a storage area that can hold more than 106 gallons (405 Liters) of cargo volume. Rocks-e Kargo’s adjustable loading platform allows for longer items. It can store objects up to 47.2 inches (1 meter). It can hold a payload of up to 309 lb (140kg). The Rocks-e Kargo can hold parcels, pizzas, and other items.
Because of its small size, the Rocks-e Kargo makes a great urban cargo trucker. It is only 94.9 inches (2.41m) long, 54.7in (1.39m), wide, and 59.8in (1.52m). high. This allows the tiny EV to fit into tight spaces. Its turning radius of 283.5 inches (7.2m) makes it very maneuverable.
Opel Rocks-e Kargo is a two-seat passenger EV that produces 8 horsepower (6 kilowatts) of continuous power. It can also accelerate to a maximum power output of 12 hp (9 kW). The 5.5-kWh battery can be recharged with an AC household socket in four hours. It has an electric driving range of up to 46.6 miles (75km) according to WLTP standards.
2023 Opel Rocks-e Kargo Released
Opel will start receiving orders for Rocks-e Kargo later this year in Germany and the Netherlands. While we expect that other markets will follow, we are not certain if the product will ever be made available in the US. Stellantis rented the Citroen I last year.