We got our first teaser look at the production version of the European Chevy Volt, aka the Opel Ampera, in late January. Now, thanks to the regulatory database run by the Office for Harmonization of the Internal Market (OHIM), the official European Union agency responsible for registering trademarks and designs for EU companies, we can get a much better idea of what the Ampera will look like. Short version: a Volt with the parenthesis headlights of the Flextreme concept. We don't expect big surprises with the underlying Voltec technology.
Our friends at Autoblog en Epanol have a nice pictorial spread showing the differences and similarities between the Ampera and the Volt. You'll be able to understand everything without knowing one lick of Spanish (read the post in Google-translated English here). We'll see the Ampera for ourselves - and bring you live pics - once we get to Geneva in early March. Until then, check out the Ampera in the gallery below.
[Source: Autoblog en Epanol]