- Feb 18, 2009
Opel Ampera revealed in European registry
Click above for image gallery of the production Opel Ampera
As we learned yesterday in the Viability Plan that General Motors submitted to the U.S. Treasury Department, there will be two additional versions of the Chevy Volt sold in various markets. One is a production version of the Cadillac Converj concept, and the other is this car, the Opel Ampera, that will officially debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Thanks to the European Registry, we now have more than just GM's official teaser to show you. These images reveal the production Ampera from every angle, and as you can see in the gallery below, it's basically the same exterior as the Volt with a new front and rear end inspired by the Flextreme concept with additional Opel design cues. The Ampera will use the same Voltec drivetrain as the Volt, which means the extended-range EV will be able to power the wheels using electricity alone for up to 40 miles.
[Source: Autoblog Spanish]