According to Forst, the industry must' pull together 'and research together. Common electric motors shouldn't be a taboo. You would have no problem with it if all manufacturers had the same batteries, Forst told the newspaper. It is about not falling behind the competition in Asia.
Opel relies on micro cars
Opel itself wants all new models in, according to a report in 'Automobilwoche' Develop Germany. Opel boss Nick Reilly had announced this in front of dealers, it said with reference to the spokesman for the Association of German Opel and Chevrolet dealer, Thomas Bieling.
In addition, a small car should continue to work at high pressure below the Corsa . Bieling called for 'aggressive marketing' with attractive prices. This is the only way to keep Opel’s market share in Germany at the previous year's level of 8.9 percent.