November 27, 2014
- Magna International and Haartz Corp. teamed up to supply the new Opel Cascada's folding softtop roof. Haartz supplies an acoustically enhanced three-ply composite that offers enhanced sound deadening and insulation.
November 26, 2014
- But sales of Opel-Vauxhall grew 11.36 percent.
- Opel faces labor unrest in Germany over production plans for the Corsa and Karl small cars, a business magazine reported. Workers think the Karl should be made in Germany rather than Korea and fear future Corsa output will be cut from Germany.
November 24, 2014
- Details are non-existent, but GM CEO Mary Barra confirmed a new flagship Opel SUV to accompany the Insignia in Europe.
- The Opel GT was a gorgeous baby-vette when introduced, but surprisingly, it never intended to sell...
- Johan de Nysschen has big plans for Cadillac. He's moved the brand from Detroit to New York, revamped its model nomenclature, and planning a raft of new models for the near future - including a $250,000 luxury sedan to take on the likes of Rolls-Royce and Bentley. But the veteran executive of luxury automakers has some more performance-oriented machinery in mind, too. Speaking with Car and Driver at the Los Angeles Auto Show last week, de Nysschen suggested Cadillac could be ready to launch a...
- Hopefully the little scamp got on three wheels.
November 22, 2014
- New halo SUV from Opel due before 2020 could have Australian input
- Opel named Charlie Klein as its new engineering chief, promoting the executive from his current post as the brand's chief engineer for light commercial vehicles.
November 21, 2014
- Reading here on TTAC that a BMW executive declared the sports car dead was a sad day for me. Yes, I am one of those who bemoan the passing of beautiful, personal cars like those, whether or not sprinkled with the fairy dust of power. I’m not talking Ferrari here, I’m talking simpler things, like an Opel […] The post Dispatches do Brasil: How I Killed the Sports Car appeared first on The Truth About Cars.