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Opel Told How To Charge the All-New Corsa-e

The carmaker offers tailor-made charging options for the all-electric 2020 Opel Corsa-e.

A battery-electric version of the Opel/Vauxhall Corsa goes on sale in spring next year. Customer can already order it.

Several charging options are available for the car. It can be charged

  • at home from a household socket or a wallbox;
  • at any charging station (including fast-charging one up to 100 kW or household sockets) with the help of an universal cable;
  • via remote control with e-Services and the myOpel app.

A 3-phase 11-kW on-board charger or its single-phase 7.4-kW alternative serve for fast charging.

The standard “mode 2 cable” is used for the normal 1.8 kW household socket.

For public charging during road trips, Opel Corsa-e owners can utilize various optimized 6 m long “mode 3 cables”.

Charging lasts about 90 min, if you want to add 62 miles (100 km) to the range. A full charge takes 5 hours 15 minutes (wallbox/public charging with 11 kW).

The universal charging cable unites the features of the wallbox, mode 2 and mode 3 cables.

At DC (direct current) 100-kW charging stations you’ll need less than 30 min to restore a charge to 80%. In 12 minutes you’ll extend the range by 62 miles (100 km).

The current battery’s state of charge, energy consumption and range can be monitored on a separate menu of the infotainment display.

Multimedia Navi, Multimedia Navi Pro, Free2Move infotainment services can be used via apps, such as myOpel app, in particular.

Intelligent charging option is also available.

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