CNET Car Tech publishes photos of the Opel Flextreme at the 2007 Frankfurt auto show.
GM goes flex-crazy with the Flextreme concept, launched at the 2007 Frankfurt auto show, throwing around its new favorite marketing term like a flexy flexible flyer. This Opel-branded concept runs on GM's new E-Flex powertrain. It has FlexDoors for the passengers and a FlexLoad rear gate. But the only thing anyone will pay attention to are the two nonflex Segways stowed in the rear.
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Crave has seen many things during its existence and we've just seen another. It's the Opel Flextreme concept car and it's got Segways to boot. In the boot
General Motors vows that its tightly knit product development partnership with Adam Opel AG will continue, despite GM's plans to sell a minority stake in the German automaker.
Just as we want European Fords, we'd also like to see this Opel become a U.S. Saturn.
Everyone's a comedian on April 1st, even your favorite automaker.