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. The opening race of the Touring Car Racing (TCR) International Series in Bahrain on April 2 and 3 will not only mark the start of the second season of the competition, it will also see the start of a new chapter in Opel’s touring car tradition.
Bernd, Werner, Oliver and Marius are full of enthusiasm for their task – repeatedly they rub over the side bolsters of the seat underneath them before simulating getting in and out while scrubbing across the leather.
Rüsselsheim. The International Technical Development Center (ITDC) in Rüsselsheim will witness a change at the helm: William F. Bertagni will take over as Vice President Vehicle Engineering, Europe effective April 1.
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