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Opel Flextreme concept car

Opel Flextreme concept car

Opel Flextreme concept car

Opel Flextreme concept car interior
Make Opel
Model Flextreme
Concept year 2007
Production year -
Engine hybrid diesel/electric

The Opel Flextreme concept is GM's European equivalent to the Chevrolet Volt concept. Both are eco-friendly hybrid concept's motivated by a small internal combustion engine, in the Flextreme concept a 1.3-liter Ecotec turbodiesel is used, and a lithium-ion battery pack provides additional power.

Two hidden Segways provide additional low speed mobility when needed
When the battery is used alone the Opel Flextreme has a usable range of 40 miles. After the batteries are exhausted the diesel engine kicks in to provide power and replenish the batteries. Alternatively the Flextreme can be recharged by simply plugging it into the wall socket.

Stowed in the rear of the Opel Flextreme concept two Segway transporters are recharged by the onboard power grid for use in more pedestrian areas.

Similar and related vehicles:
Opel Insignia
Opel GTC
Opel Ampera

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