The original Opel Manta was first launched over 50 years ago with a four-cylinder petrol engine, and now, the automaker has revealed a new model that combines its classic looks with modern technology, Called the Opel Manta GSe ElektroMOD, its powered by an electric motor that produces 147 hp and 188 lb-ft of, mated to a four-speed gearbox, which can be engaged in fourth gear and then driving automatically.
Its lithium-ion battery has 31 kWh capacity, which is good for around 124-miles when fully charged, with regular charging taking place via a 9.0 kW on-board charger for single-phase and three-phase AC charging. What this translates to is just under four hours to fully charge the Manta battery. Inside, you’ll find an Opel Pure Panel, complete with two integrated, driver-oriented, 12 and 10-inch widescreens that show technical information. Music can be streamed via a Bluetooth box, and is then sent to a Marshall amplifier to really get things rocking.
- Upped The Game: The Gokart PRO comes with a top speed of 23 mph and 15.5 miles range within one single charge. Included Ninebot S MAX, you can easily assemble and detach the Gokart PRO and experience the fun of self-balancing scooter..Operating Temperature : 14–104°F (-10–40°C), Nominal Power : 120 W
- Drift like a Pro: The Gokart PRO has an RR design, the rear engine and the rear-wheel-drive are set up like supercars. Equipped with 4,800W Max engine power and 96N max torque. This allows segway Gokart PRO to sprint from 0 to 23 mph within seconds.
- Keep Your safe: The Ninebot Gokart PRO comes with a high-strength steel frame that can carry a payload of up to 220 lbs and max slope of 15°. Triple anti-collision protection and dual communication technology to increase the safety of the rider.
The Manta GSe impressively demonstrates the enthusiasm with which we build cars at Opel. It combines our great Opel tradition with today’s commitment to emissions-free mobility for a very desirable, sustainable future. Opel is already electric with many models – and now the legendary Manta is too,” said Opel CEO Michael Lohscheller.