The 80th Geneva Motor Show will open this year with good news for the world ecology. One of that news comes from Opel, which are going to open the show presenting their new eco-model Flextreme GT/E concept car.
The show, which will be hosted in Geneva on 4-14 March this year will shows one of the most innovative vehicle models, created with one aim- transition to eco-mode and elimination of gas emissions, which are serious threat nowadays.
Opel will reveal the brand new electric vehicle technology, known as E-REV. This technology allows producing compact cars with maximum speed.
The Flextreme GT/E has a battery-powered system of up to 37 miles (60 km) and the absolute range of 311 miles (500 km). CO2 emissions of the new Opel concept car are reduced to 40 g/km.
The car elements, which stay all the time on electricity power, are the wheels, and for the average 60 km, the supplies of energy necessary from battery set is of 16 kWh, placed under the seats and the ground.
The exceptional design of the Flextreme GT/E allows compatibility and pledges on more effective airflow control. Apart from those facts, the new model of Opel guarantees 40 percent less weight, which helps reducing the energy usage, increasing the driving scale.