Opel Ampera, the long-awaited plug-in hybrid vehicle motivated by GM’s Voltec technology currently employed in the Chevy Volt PHEV, will be officially unveiled at the 2009 international motor show in Geneva.
Vauxhall starts selling its 2008 Corsa VXR Arctic Edition mini hatch. Although mechanically the new version of the car doesn’t differ much from a normal Corsa, there is a number of visual improvements, as well as a set of nice gadgets that make the Arctic Edition look a trifle more impressive than the base version.
German tuner Steinmetz will soon offer its new tuning kit for the red-hot Opel Corsa OPC small performance hatchback.
GM’s British subsidiary starts offering an official supercharger kit for the recently introduced 2008 Vauxhall VXR8 super-sedan. Based on the Australian 2007 Holden Clubsport R8 four-door performance sedan, the RWD sports car originally comes equipped with a naturally aspirated 6-liter V8 engine that also powers the sixth-generation 2007 Chevrolet Caprice. So you probably get the idea how powerful the new car will be after the kit is installed!
General Motors reportedly plans to import into U.S. the next-generation Opel Vectra station wagon, which will possibly be rebadged as a Saturn Aura Wagon.
The new Steinmetz tuning program for the latest 2007 Opel Astra TwinTop convertible does not only look stylish and cool. It also features a decent engine upgrade balancing muscular appearance of the plastic body kit with some real power.
The international carmaking conglomerate GM has finally unveiled its new pair of entry-level 2007 Opel/Vauxhall Corsa compact hatchbacks: a coupe-like three-door version that was probably designed with young singles in mind and a family-oriented five-door vehicle equipped with a completely new FlexFix retractable storage system that gives you the ability to carry up to two bicycles without the risk of damaging your car’s paint.
Adam Opel AG and its British subsidiary Vauxhall have together unveiled the new version of the five-door Corsa hatchback.
The 2007 Opel Antara mid-size crossover SUV will be officially presented to the public during the next Motor Show in Paris this autumn. Despite sharing its guts (as well as bones, muscle tissue and probably nerves) with Korean Daewoo, the new Antara looks distinctively “Opel” not only thanks to its head lights and corporate grille, but also courtesy of those numerous details that make this crossover look like a real German car.