With Vauxhall’s famed load functionality and advanced driving features, the Movano Electric is built to maximise productivity and improve operating costs. Perfect for any transport task, as well as running on 100% electric power!
Vauxhall’s Movano Electric is simple to drive, making your day easier. 3 driving modes, Drive, Neutral and Reverse, are available at the push of a button.
The quiet engine is perfect for the city and residential areas, as ‘zero emissions’ applies to noise as well as harmful fumes. Not only is it quiet on the outside, but also on the inside, providing a less stressful driving environment for drivers on a long working day.
The new Movano Electric helps lower business costs, freeing you from yo-yo-ing fuel prices and full rate vehicle taxes. Operating and maintenance costs are reduced and you can benefit from government purchase incentives.
You will also receive roadside assistance and a three year battery warranty.
Perfectly integrated battery
The electric battery on the new Movano Electric is located under the floor away from the load area. This van is engineered to perform the very best.
The battery power output is 120PS (90kW) with 260Nm of instant torque, and gives you a top speed of up to 75mph.
A rugged 120PS (90kW) electric engine, a range of up to 139 miles and impressive cargo space, what’s not to love about the Movano Electric?!
Add in lower costs, zero fuel and emissions costs, plus government incentives for road taxes and charging solutions, it’s a smart business move.
The Movano Electric charges from 0% up to 80% in just one hour using a 50kWh public charger, ensuring downtime is minimal.
On-board, there is a dual charger for use at a variety of charging stations or to charge overnight, ensuring you’re ready for the full working day ahead.
Electric vehicle data monitoring
Using sensors and a vehicle data monitoring system, the all-electric Movano Electric provides you with an overview and projection of driving conditions, range and energy. Charge level of battery, driving mode and range are all displayed within the rear-view mirror, meaning you can keep a close eye on things.