Opel shows off its version of the Citroën Ami, the Rocks-e

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Opel has released details of its version of the Citroën Ami, the Rocks-e, aimed squarely at the youth market in Germany. With a 75km range, the miniature two-seater can be driven by those as young as 15 with the correct license.

Inside, the car is a carbon copy of the Ami, with two seats offset from one another to provide the front passenger with comfortable legroom. Headroom is claimed to be ample, even for people more than 1.90m tall. In addition, despite its compact dimensions, the Rocks-e offers a luggage volume of up to 63 liters in the passenger footwell, plus a smart hook for an XXL-size shopping bag.

The cockpit is minimalist, featuring a display that shows speed, driving mode (drive, neutral, reverse), battery state of charge, remaining range and mileage at a glance. Beyond this, there is a smartphone holder on the center console, where further vehicle information can be displayed via the MyOpel app.

Thanks to the compact dimensions and large windows, drivers enjoy good all-round visibility; a panoramic sunroof is provided as standard. The Rocks-e is available in three equipment lines: the Opel Rocks-e, Opel Rocks-e Klub and Opel Rocks-e TeKno.

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