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Anthony Lo, Saab Aero X and Opel Flexstreme designer, leaves GM for Renault

Anthony Lo (center) works on the design for the Saab Aero X Concept

Geneva 2010: Opel Flextreme GT/E Concept glides on stage

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

Geneva 2010: Opel Flextreme GT/E Concept

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

Bob Lutz: 30K E-Flex cars in Europe in first year, 1M worldwide by 2020

Now that British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged some £90 million for the development of clean vehicles in the U.K., General Motors is seeing plenty to like about the European market for its E-Flex vehicles. The automaker has already reversed its stance on build

Opel and Vauxhall versions of Volt to be built in U.S.

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GM already working on second E-Flex vehicle for Opel (and Saturn?)

Following his speech to the Commonwealth Club a few days ago, GM CEO Rick Wagoner apparently told reporters that a second E-Flex platform vehicle was also under development at the company's Warren MI technical center alongside the Chevy Volt. This second ER-EV is destined for the Opel (and presumably Saturn) brand. Following the debut of the Volt in January 2007, GM has shown two other E-Flex concepts, the Sam Abuelsamid

GM plans 'suicide-style' rear doors for future models

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Frankfurt 2007: Opel Flextreme live shots, unloading the Segways

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Frankfurt Preview: Opel Flextreme pics leaked! E-Flex goes diesel!

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