Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Opel Develops A Zero Emissions Fuel Cell Car

Formerly Opel (along with Vauxhall, a subsidiary of GM) has scored a major success with the release of be, an electric vehicle 5 'zero emission' , sold exclusively in the European Union.

And now, to emphasize in this sustainable path, the German mark is ready to design a green car with the latest technology batteries for fuel.

Reports say that it can be launched between 2016 and 2017. The vehicle is likely to be a cross between a pickup truck and a sport utility vehicle (SUV), above the category of the Insignia of Opel.

From the perspective of the business, Opel expects annual sales of 20,000 units for this new model. According to the Vice-President of the company, the car will appeal to customers not only by its system based on fuel cells and their "green" attributes, but also in whole bet at a high technological standard, always prioritizing functionality.

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