The current global situation has disrupted worldwide supply lines, and the car sector is severely affected by a computer chip shortage. Opel has recently said that it would like to offer its electric vehicles using accessible chips. Despite the chip dilemma, the most significant models can maintain fast delivery times.
Opel CEO Uwe Hochgeschurtz pledged: “Customers who buy an Opel Corsa-e or a Opel Mokka-e in Germany will have their perfect car within twelve weeks – notwithstanding the present worldwide semiconductor crisis. The chip situation is producing issues for all brands worldwide.” As a result, we are presently directing our chips towards our most essential future models, such as the Opel Corsa-e and Opel Mokka-e.
Customers who choose a bigger electric car or want an electric utility vehicle may also expect quick delivery. “Current orders for the Opel Zafira-e Life, Opel Combo-e Cargo, Opel Vivaro-e Kombi, and Opel Movano-e will be delivered in the first quarter of next year,” Hochgeschurtz stated. “With this, Opel reaffirms its unwavering commitment to electric mobility.”
Opel already has nine electrified cars on the market, with more on the way. Each model will have an electric alternative accessible in 2024, according to the firm.
Opel intends to offer entirely battery-electric vehicles in Europe beginning in 2028. “Electric mobility is the way of the future.” “We are aware of this evolution and will continue to guarantee that individual mobility and technological developments remain affordable,” Hochgeschurtz stated.