Twitter is a great medium for dialogue with people you otherwise wouldn't be able to talk to. And of course the heads of the biggest industry in the world, the automotive industry, should make use of Twitter, right? But they don't: There's no European automotive CEO actively engaging on Twitter ... except Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann at Opel.
Rüsselsheim. Great start to the year for Opel: The brand sold around 303,000 vehicles across Europe in the first quarter – an increase of almost 24,000 vehicles or 8 percent compared to the same period of 2015.
Rüsselsheim. Following the postponement of the Rallye Liepāja in Latvia in early February due to the weather, the Circuit of Ireland Rally from April 7 - 9 now marks the start of the 2016 FIA ERC Junior season.
Rüsselsheim. Opel now offers vehicle-integrated wireless charging in selected model variants of the stylish ADAM, enabling you to recharge your phone’s battery via an electromagnetic field, reducing clutter and the need for cables.
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