Some might think it’s a “niche within a niche”, while nature lovers will see it as an unavoidable trend… In any case, fans of “green” van-life may soon be able to thank Opel, which presents at the Motor Show, which is held in Düsseldorf from August 26 to September 4, 2022, the Crosscamp Flex.
This fully electric fitted van is based on the Zafira e-Life, cousin of the Peugeot e-Traveller and Citroën e-Spacetourer. No surprise in terms of the traction chain, since it is an electric motor delivering up to 100 kW of power (136 hp) for 260 Nm of torque, powered by a 75 kWh battery which does not displays only 322 km of autonomy. the road trip therefore likely to be short-lived…
Opel announces that via a fast charge of 100 kW (DC), it will take about 48 minutes to find 80% charge. However, in order to reserve the energy of the traction battery for driving, an on-board 95 Ah auxiliary battery provides electricity for the lighting, the cooler and a USB socket, which can also be used to recharge a smartphone, for example. example.
The equipment of the electric Crosscamp Flex includes 180° swivel front seats, kitchenette, sink, gas stove and built-in cupboards, as well as tanks for drinking and waste water. Thanks to the rear bench seat, which quickly converts into a double bed, and two further beds under the pop-up roof, the Crosscamp Flex can accommodate up to four people.
Driving aids are included, with forward collision warning, emergency braking, drowsiness warning, lane keeping assistance and traffic sign recognition with semi-automatic cruise control. adaptive.
No pricing information has been released at this time. However, Opel announces that this version will join the thermal versions in 2023 and that it is not excluded that a Crosscamp Lite version, probably based on the Opel Combo-e Life, will appear.