FRANKFURT -- Opel will highlight the driving dynamics of its new Corsa-e battery-powered hatchback with a rally concept that will debut at the Frankfurt auto show on Sept. 10.
Called the Corsa-e Rally, the small EV has a power output of 100 kilowatts (136 hp) and 260 newton meters of torque.
The Corsa-e Rally's net price will be "significantly less" than 50,000 euros, Opel said. It will be sold through Opel Motorsport.
The standard Corsa-e, which also debuts at the Frankfurt show, starts at 29,900 euros in Germany. It shares its electric drivetrain with the Peugeot e-208 and can travel up to 330 km before the battery needs to be recharged.