With a blossoming electric-car infrastructure and generous incentives, Norway has become one of the notable nations for electric cars. The Opel Ampera-e originally launched in the Scandinavian country, but has since been on hiatus as PSA Group sorts Opel out after the General Motors sale.
That didn’t stop Coca-Cola from purchasing 100 Ampera-e electric cars to add to its fleet operations, however. The video above reads in Norwegian, but the company said the electric car is the perfect vehicle for its company. Coca-Cola has also installed 176 charging points at its headquarters in the country.
Neither GM or PSA has commented on the Ampera-e’s official death, but Opel plans to introduce an electric Corsa variant with the latest Corsa F generation, based on PSA technology and architecture. Thus, the Ampera-e will likely remain a small strike of lightning in Europe from a different time in Opel’s history.