Xavier Peugeot, Senior Vice-President of Groupe PSA’s Light Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, said: “Groupe PSA is pushing ahead with the electrification of its LCV range by offering electric versions of compact vans for business and individual customers. Without compromising on features, the range will help strengthen our leadership in this segment in Europe. In 2021, our entire range of LCVs and their passenger car equivalents will be electrified.”
General Motors Co. and PSA Group today announced an agreement under which GM’s Opel/Vauxhall subsidiary and GM Financial’s European operations will join the PSA Group in a transaction valuing these activities at €1.3 Bn and €0.9 Bn, respectively.
The new Ampera-e electric car, premiered at the Paris Motor Show today, will be evaluated in the UK by Vauxhall with the possibility of right-hand-drive models being produced in a future generation.
The new Ampera-e electric car, which will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show later this month, will be evaluated in the UK by Vauxhall with the possibility of right-hand-drive models being produced in a future generation, the company says.
Vauxhall’s parent Opel has announced that a version of the US-market all-electric Chevrolet Bolt will be coming to Europe as the Opel Ampera-e.
As January prepares to enter the final furlong we pick out the top stories making the headlines for the week of 19th-23rd January 2015. It’s Diesel Car’s weekend round up.
Today most cars have a global market – the Ford Focus is essentially the same car if you buy one in Europe, America or China, for example. That said there are some rare exceptions were different cars get different names depending on where they’re sold. Diesel Car runs down its top three.
Mass-produced motor car manufacturers first adopted the stressed skin unibody, or monocoque design system, pioneered by the Opel Olympia and Citroën Traction Avant way back in the 1930s
Vauxhall-Opel has opened the completely renewed high-speed circuit at its Dudenhofen Test Centre.