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General Motors unit Opel said it is working on a successor model to its Ampera, a battery-powered electric car which hit European showrooms in 2011. Opel, which trades under sister brand Vauxhall in Britain, said in a statement on Wednesday, “We will definitely introduce a successor product in the electric vehicle segment and continue to defend our position as an innovation leader.” A new version of its Ampera will be launched between 2014 and 2018, Opel said, declining to give further details. Opel further said, “We see electric mobility as an important part of mobility and we will continue to drive down costs and deliver affordability.”



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