Vauxhall offers fleet and business customers an electric van across its light commercial vehicle (LCV) lineup. By 2024, every Vauxhall on sale will be available with an electrified version, and by 2028, Vauxhall plans to sell only fully electric cars and vans – seven years ahead of the UK government deadline. - Vauxhall

Vauxhall offers fleet and business customers an electric van across its light commercial vehicle (LCV) lineup. By 2024, every Vauxhall on sale will be available with an electrified version, and by 2028, Vauxhall plans to sell only fully electric cars and vans – seven years ahead of the UK government deadline.

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Technical improvements to the Movano-e’s electric architecture have also improved charging time, reducing a 0-80% charge from a 22-kW AC charger from eight hours to four. The Movano-e also comes as standard with 50-kW DC (CCS) rapid charging capability, enabling an 80% charge in just one hour.

Pricing for the eMovano remains unchanged. The van is available in two lengths: 19.7 feet (5998 mm) and 20.9 feet (6363 mm).

Vauxhall offers fleet and business customers an electric van across its light commercial vehicle (LCV) lineup. Additionally, by 2024, every Vauxhall on sale will be available with an electrified version. By 2028, Vauxhall plans to sell only fully electric cars and vans – seven years ahead of the UK government deadline.

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