2021 Opel Combo-e Life XL

The new Opel Combo-e Life is available to order now. The battery-electric leisure activity vehicle (LAV) from the German carmaker is on sale now.

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Highly versatile and practical, the Combo-e Life comes with either one or two sliding side doors and is available as a 4.4-metre-long standard or 4.75 m XL version, both with either five or seven seats. Depending on the driving profile and the prevailing conditions, the new Opel LAV can drive up to 280 kilometres on a single charge of its 50 kWh lithium-ion battery (WLTP)1. Owners can “refill” the battery to 80 per cent in around 30 minutes at DC public charging stations.

Thanks to 100 kW (136 hp) and 260 Nm of torque from the electric propulsion system, the Combo-e Life is perfect also for the open road. Depending on the market and the model variant, the leisure activity vehicle accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in only 11.2 seconds, while the 130-km/h maximum speed (electronically limited) makes the LAV “autobahn-proof”. A sophisticated regenerative braking system with two user-selectable settings further increases efficiency.

The battery with 216 cells and 18 modules is packaged under the floor between the front and rear axles, so that it does not compromise usage of the passenger compartment.

The Combo-e Life is ready for a variety of energy infrastructures and charging options, ranging from wall box to fast charging or even a cable for charging from a domestic plug socket if necessary. Using a 100 kW DC public charging station, charging of the 50 kWh battery to 80 per cent takes only around 30 minutes. Depending on the market and infrastructure, the Combo-e Life features a powerful three-phase 11 kW on-board charger or a single-phase 7.4 kW on-board charger as standard.

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