Opel: News

Opel is a German automobile manufacturer and a subsidiary of Stellantis since 2021. It is headquartered in Russelsheim am Main, Hesse, Germany. The company was founded in 1862 by Adam Opel and used to produce sewing machines. From 1886, Adam started selling high-wheels bicycles, known as penny-farthings. The first Opel production patent motor car was built in 1899 and in the early 90s, it reportedly became the first German automaker to incorporate a mass-production assembly line. From 1929 till 2017, Opel was owned by General Motors and from 2017 to 2021 it was under PSA Peugeot Citroen. At present, its portfolio includes SUVs, small cars, sports tourer, electric vehicles, as well as commercial vehicles.

30 Nov 2022

Electric Cars

Opel Astra Electric, with 416km of range, goes official

German automaker Opel has introduced the electric version of its Astra car. It is available in hatchback and wagon body styles.

28 Mar 2022

Electric Vehicles

Opel Rocks-e Kargo EV, for last-mile deliveries, goes official

German automaker Opel has revealed its Rocks-e Kargo quadricycle in Europe. Its bookings will commence there later this year.

25 Aug 2021

Electric Vehicles

Opel Rocks-e EV, with 75km range, revealed in three trims

German automaker Opel has revealed the world's first 'Sustainable Urban Mobility' (SUM) vehicle, called the Rocks-e. It is available in three trims: Base, Klub, and TeKno.

13 Jul 2021

Latest Cars

2022 Opel Astra, with new look and plug-in-hybrid powertrains, revealed

German automaker Opel has revealed its sixth-generation Astra hatchback in Europe. It will be up for grabs from early-2022.

10 Jun 2021

Latest Cars

2022 Opel Grandland, with refreshed design and more features, unveiled

German automaker Opel has unveiled the facelifted version of its Grandland crossover. The company has also removed the 'X' suffix from its moniker.

24 May 2021

Latest Cars

Opel reveals its Manta GSe ElektroMOD one-off electric car

German automaker Opel has revealed a one-off all-electric version of the Manta A sports coupe, called the Manta GSe ElektroMOD.