He IAA Mobility It is celebrated between September 5 and 10, and the brands that are going to attend the event, although they have some tricks up their sleeve, have already revealed most of the vehicles they are going to show. These are the Opel news at the 2023 Munich Motor Show.
The German firm is going to center its stand around three models: Opel Experimental, Opel Corsa Electric and Opel Astra Sports Tourer Electric.
The first is a prototype that advances the design language of future Opels, but which does not have to lead directly to a production model.
The concept is a coupe-style crossover that evolves the grille with integrated optical groups, shows a body with polygonal features and sports a slender figure that gives it a certain sporty air.
It uses an electric platform, the STLA, although hardly any technical data has been given about it. The highlight is that it uses by-wire type steering and has an all-wheel drive system.
As for the Opel Corsa, the utility vehicle has recently shown an update in which the main novelty has been the incorporation of the first microhybrid version in the history of the brand (available with 100 and 136 HP gasoline), but the company has preferred to focus on its electric versions.
And now, unlike before, it has two different ones. The access one has 100 kW (136 HP) and the upper one reaches 115 kW (156 HP), in both cases sharing 260 Nm of maximum torque and mounting a 50 kWh capacity battery.
It has also placed the same focus on the case of the Opel Astra, which although it will be present with its family body, will also be available with zero-emission mechanics in the traditional five-door.
Like many other Stellantis models, including its little brother, it uses a 115 kW (156 HP) motor and 270 Nm of torque that allows it to reach a maximum speed of 170 km/h. It is powered by a 54 kWh battery and has a range of 418 kilometers.