Cut for the city and short trips, the Opel Rocks-E cannot hide the fact that it is based on the Citroën Ami.

Like this one, it is electric and limited to 45 km / h, which allows it to be accessible from the age of 14.

Weighing only 471 kg, it is equipped with a 5.5 kWh battery (rechargeable in about 3 hours on a simple 220V socket) which gives it a range of 75 km.

The Rocks-E (pronounced "Roxy") will be marketed first in Germany where it can be driven by teenagers from the age of 15.

Like the Friend, its price should be around € 6,000, and it should also be offered for monthly rental.


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