2012 Opel Ampera

2012 Opel Ampera: The Opel Ampera's battery pack will be manufactured by GM at the first lithium-ion production facility to be operated by a major automaker in the United States. More than 220 lithium-ion cells in the T-shaped pack provide ample power. The nearly silent electric drive unit delivers 370 Nm of instant torque, the equivalent of 150 horsepower, zero to 100 km/h acceleration in around nine seconds, and a top speed of 161 km/h. The Opel Ampera will be well-suited to the daily driving schedule of most European customers. For example, approximately 80 percent of German drivers travel less than 50 km daily.

Electricity drives the Opel Ampera's wheels at all times and speeds. For trips up to 60 km (MVEG), power is supplied by the electricity stored in the cutting-edge, 16-kWh, lithium-ion battery. While driving on electricity delivered by the battery, the Opel Ampera emits zero CO2. When the battery's energy is depleted, a gasoline/E85-fueled engine-generator seamlessly provides electricity to power the electric drive unit while simultaneously sustaining the charge of the battery. This mode of operation extends the range to 500 kilometers, until the battery can be charged by plugging the vehicle's on-board charge system into a standard household 230v outlet.

 2012 Opel Ampera
 2012 Opel Ampera Interior
 2012 Opel Ampera Interior
 2012 Opel Ampera
 2012 Opel Ampera
 2012 Opel Ampera
 2012 Opel Ampera is Driving by Obama President of USA
 2012 Opel Ampera
 2012 Opel Ampera

By Admin with No comments

0 comments:

Post a Comment

  • Categories
  • Comments
  • Archives