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Opel Confirms Ampera-e Plus Other EVs Will Be Wearing Its Badge

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Opel has confirmed that it will continue with plans to produce the Chevy Bolt-based Ampera-e along with follow-up models under its new ownership. Company CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann told German automobile magazine auto motor und sport that more electric vehicles will follow the Ampera-e.

Opel will push ahead with EVs, flagship SUV under PSA ownership

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Opel will press on with plans for more EVs and a flagship SUV under new owners PSA Group, the German automaker's CEO, Karl-Thomas Neumann, told a motoring magazine.

Opel CEO Teases New Grandland X On Social Media

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The clock has started ticking for the new Opel Grandland X, which should be unveiled any day now. Teased by the brand's CEO, Karl-Thomas Neumann on social media, Opel's upcoming flagship SUV will share its underpinnings with the latest Peugeot 3008. This was decided way before General Motors sold Opel to PSA, and it's not the first time the two companies collaborate on launching new products.

Opel CEO Neumann will remain in post as new era starts under PSA

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Karl-Thomas Neumann will remain at the helm of Opel/Vauxhall as the automaker revamps its lineup with PSA Group platforms in a technical convergence that will cause a delay to the next Corsa.

Opel CEO Working On Plan For Electric-Only Brand As GM And PSA Explore Deal

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Converting over to an electric car only brand is an option being explored by Opel’s chief executive as the European automaker braces for General Motor’s possible sale of Opel to PSA Group. Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann has been putting a plan together to go this route if necessary, reported German monthly Manager Magazin.

Vauxhall GT still on the cards

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Vauxhall-Opel continues to plan the production of the rear-wheel-drive GT concept, unveiled at the Geneva motor show in March, and believes it has two more years to make a decision before the design loses its appeal. Vauxhall-Opel chairman Karl-Thomas Neumann said: “It’s a car we all love and the public love, so we really want to build it.