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Opel cuts price of Ampera EREV by $10,000

Opel has cut the price of the Opel Ampera, the European cousin of the Chevy Volt extended range electric vehicle (EREV), by €7,600 (US$10,000) to €38,000 (US$50,600).

The Opel Ampera can transport four people up to 80 kilometers (50 miles) on pure electric power and more than 500 kilometers (311 miles) in bi-fuel operation without making a stop to re-charge.

Opel said that streamlining series production processes and leveraging savings in components purchasing contributed to its ability to reduce considerably the Ampera’s price.


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