Why should an eco-friendly car not be luxurious? The new Opel Flextreme GT/E Concept propels leading Opel eco-technology into a larger dimension.
At first sight the Flextreme GT/E Concept makes an immediately dynamic and efficient impression. Key features include:
From the side the iconic sculpted profile conveys the welcoming, yet sporting nature of the Flextreme GT/E Concept. Key features include:
Even a brief glance reveals that the rear treatment makes a dynamic charismatic impact. Key features include:
A full-length glass sunroof makes the interior of the Flextreme GT/E Concept light and airy. It is light sensitive so that as the sunlight and heat increases it darkens protectively. Delivering:
Access to the rear seats is enhanced by the adoption of an evolution of the unique Opel portal doors first seen on the new Opel Meriva monocab. Benefits of the FlexDoors® system include:
To achieve the minimum drag and wind resistance, several advances have been stylishly and seamlessly integrated into the overall design. The result is a standard-setting drag coefficient of just 0,22. A series of measures optimize the aerodynamics:
In the performance orientated Opel Flextreme GT/E Concept, managing, reducing and perfectly distributing the weight was essential. Opel has planned the latest high-tech racetrack developed compound materials and alloys for the chassis and body panels. These offer a substantial weight saving, further reducing consumption and increasing the range.
The Flextreme GT/E Concept uses anevolution of the Voltec power system of the Opel Ampera, demonstrating that itcan be used in large high performance cars. The Opel Flextreme GT/E Concept is not a hybrid, but anExtended Range Electric Vehicle (E-REV). This means that it is electricallydriven at all times. Features and benefits include:
Production vehicles might differ in terms of specifications and design from concept cars and future models shown on this page.