Norway will kick off the introduction of the 2017 Opel Ampera-e, the Chevrolet Bolt EV‘s European cousin. However, things are being kicked off a tad early. PushEVs reports the first batch of Ampera-e have arrived in Norway, ahead of the brand’s May delivery estimate.
Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann originally took to Twitter to state the BEV would arrive in Norway next month. It seems the guys and gals at the General Motors Orion assembly plant work quickly.
It may not be a large shipment, but the first 10 units were confirmed to have reached the country after being registered in the city of Jessheim. Curiously, all 10 of the Bolt EVs are finished in blue.
While Norway scoops up the first shipment of Ampera-e, Opel is readying more European countries for launch, too. Germany, France and the Netherlands are all on deck to receive the BEV next.