In a recent interview, an Opel executive revealed the company will soon decide whether or not to produce the RAK-e concept.
In a recent interview, Opel's sales and marketing chief Alain Visser revealed the brand wants to "be the market leader in electric mobility."
Speaking with Automotive News, the executive said Opel will soon decide whether or not to produce the RAK-e concept. If it is green-lighted, it could be priced from approximately €10,000 ($14,030) and be built by KTM's Kiska subsidiary in 2013.
As we have previously reported, the 380 kg (838 lb) concept featured a 5 kWh battery and a 50 PS (36.5 kW / 49 hp) electric motor. This enabled the vehicle to travel up to 100 km (62 miles) for as little as €1 ($1.40).
Visser also said Opel is working on an electric minicar, which is likely the 2013 Junior / Allegra EV.