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Opel Flextreme GT/E concept adds Volt drivetrain to larger car

Opel Flextreme GT/E concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

Opel Flextreme GT/E concept adds Volt drivetrain to larger car

Opel Flextreme GT/E concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

Washington 2009: picture fun with the Saturn Flextreme

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Prize time: Opel Flextreme wins red dot design award

The Red Dot design award is one of Europe's most prestigious industry awards. Created under the aegis of the Design Zentrum North Rhine Westphalia, Germany, it has been awarded to the European cousin of the Chevy Volt, the Opel Flextreme (possibly aka the Vauxhall Electra in the UK). The prize was awarded to the Flextreme for being a concept "that has the power to improve our world in the future

GM's E-Flex vehicle to be called Electra in the UK?

Here in the U.S. market, the name Electra was used on big Buick sedans for more than four decades but it hasn't appeared in a new car showroom since 1990. It looks like the Electra could be be making a comeback soon, but not in America. It turns out that Vauxhall, the brand that GM uses to sell right-hand drive Opels in the UK, filed a trademark application back in June for the Vauxhall Electra. GM officia

GM considers sharing E-Flex among brands, sky is blue

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Frankfurt 2007: Opel Flextreme live shots, unloading the Segways

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