The Ampera-e is named after the Opel Ampera, a Europeanized version of the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid.

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This sunny shade of yellow will not be available on North America's Bolt, at least not initially.

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This is perhaps the best vantage point from which to notice the Ampera-e's dramatically upswept windowline.

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From the rear, the biggest change from the Ampera-e's Chevrolet version is...the Opel emblem.

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The Ampera's most distinctive change from its Chevy cousin is a unique grille design. Click through for more shots from the Paris Motor Show, and some PR pics from Opel.

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