Opel plans to expand its successful model Adam and bring into the market a convertible version with a soft top that can be opened electronically and folds on the rear edge. The new Adam will feature accented wheel arches, exhaust center type, boomerang-shaped turn signals and 18-inch wheels.
“We want to build Opel cars that ordinary people can afford,” said Opel chief Karl Thomas Neumann, adding that it wants to recover from the lost market share with trendy and affordable cars.
The Opel CEO also addresses the company’s plan to modernize its engines for fuel efficiency, the use of new electronics and in-car connectivity solutions in their car offerings and lesser CO2 emissions. Neumann further states that by 2016, Opel will have replaced 80 percent of all units with more modern and more fuel-efficient engines.
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