2018-2019 Opel RAK e Concept – a compact electric car for two people

2018-2019 Opel released the first images of the new electric vehicle – RAK e Concept, which makes its debut at the 64th exhibition of cars in Frankfurt. The original «RAK» is driven by an electric propulsion system can be placed in tandem two people and is able to travel at no extra charge the battery up to 100 kilometers.

Light and compact vehicle 2018-2019 Opel RAK e Concept is designed for comfortable use in dense urban traffic, the maximum speed of 120 kilometers per hour. The manufacturer reports that the light weight, which is three times less than the traditional modern compact car makes a modest electric motor and a small battery, be the owner of the car quickly, the dynamic nature and the impressive range of run 2018-2019 Opel RAK e Concept on a single charge.

In addition to excellent performance, the vehicle of the German automaker looks aesthetically pleasing and attractive, which positively distinguishes it from colleagues from Audi and Volkswagen . Together with the 2018-2019 Opel RAK e Concept, at the Frankfurt Motor Show will be presented the concept car the VW NILS , which offers a driving range of 65 kilometers and a maximum speed of 130 kilometers per hour but has a place and a prototype of the Audi the Urban , which is presented in two versions, with top without it. Audi can also arrange two people but not in tandem, and with the adjacent location areas.

Of 2018-2019 Opel / the Vauxhall says that the energy of a new electric vehicle consumption is only one-tenth of the consumption of any of the existing compact cars with electric drive, and for more information about the prototype 2018-2019 Opel RAK e Concept, which is oriented mainly to young buyers with a limited budget, we know very soon, during a presentation at the Auto Show in Frankfurt.

Design a four 2018-2019 Opel RAK e Concept is a bit like Hyundai Future-Cycle Aebulle Concept and more like a motorcycle with a cabin and the main difference from the two-wheeled vehicle – stability when stopped.

Photo 2018-2019 Opel RAK e Concept