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Already offered in van and MPV versions, Opel’s electric utility is now available in a flatbed version.
To reach a wider range of professionals, Opel is expanding its bodywork offer. Based on the chassis-cab version, the new flatbed version of the electric Vivaro was developed in Germany by Schoon Fahrzeugsysteme & Metalltechnik, a partner of the lightning brand.
With a wheelbase of 3.27 m, the platform is equipped with aluminum drop sides at the rear and on the side that can be folded down to facilitate loading operations. Placed above the wheels, 86 centimeters from the ground, the tray offers a perfectly flat surface. This extends over 2.44 m in length, 1.83 m in width and 0.40 m. On the practical side, a folding step facilitates and secures access to the loading surface. There are also three stowage rings, a non-slip coating and a dedicated compartment for storing tools and other utensils. As an option, Schoon offers a tool box (1.80 x 0.63 x 0.53 meters) as an accessory. This can be attached directly to the loading area, just behind the cab.
Unsurprisingly, this tray version inherits the same technical configuration of the basic model. Driven by a 100 kW motor, it offers a choice of two battery configurations: 50 or 75 kWh.
Charged as an option, this platform configuration is available in Germany at a price of €6,890. A price which is obviously added to the price of the cabin floor version, offered from €40,000 including tax with the small battery (€46,000 with 75 kWh battery). For now, the manufacturer does not communicate on the availability of the version in France.