The Opel Zafira-e Life is the perfect car for anyone who needs more space, wants to be comfortable and flexible, and wants to drive solely on electricity. Both Auto Bild and Computer Bild readers agree. They voted, and the Crosscamp Flex planned for the future won the "Connected Car Award 2022." The battery-powered van based on the Opel Zafira-e Life electric minivan won the "motorhomes" category because it is a trendsetter that advances electric mobility and can be used for work and play.
"Once again, with our Opel Zafira-e Life electric van, we show what real-world, everyday-use electric mobility looks like, especially in larger vehicles. The idea of a Crosscamp Flex that doesn't put out any pollution in its immediate area also impresses the readers of Auto Bild and Computer Bild. The electric van gives the whole family the freedom to move around. It is flexible and has the best connections for a calm trip. "Thanks for the Connected Car Award," says Florian Huettl, CEO of Opel.
The "Multimedia Navi Pro" system makes it easy for drivers of the Opel Zafira-e Life electric minivan and the future Crosscamp Flex to stay in touch. The infotainment system works with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It has a seven-inch screen and, thanks to OpelConnect, gives real-time traffic information to help drivers avoid traffic jams. Using the touch screen or your voice to control it is very easy. The Zafira-e Life has a colored head-up display that can show speed, distance to the car in front or navigation. And to make the trip even safer, every Opel Zafira-e Life-based Crosscamp model has many help systems built in. Among these are the front collision warning, the lane and traffic sign assistant, intelligent cruise control, a warning for driver fatigue, and an emergency brake assistant.
With the 75 kWh battery on board, the 100 kW/136 hp electric van can drive up to 322 km without stopping or making any local emissions. If the batteries need more power, they can be charged at home with a wall box, on the road with a fast charger, or in any socket.
The fully electric Crosscamp Flex will also have everything campers need for a relaxing overnight trip: The planned equipment includes a lot of valuable things, like front seats that can be turned 180 degrees, a kitchen unit with cabinets, a sink, and a gas stove, as well as fresh water and waste water tanks that are built in. With just a few easy steps, the bench seat in the back can be turned into a useful double bed. A pop-up roof has room for two more beds, so up to four people can sleep in the Crosscamp Flex in nature.