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Rüsselsheim/Detroit. For the second year running, Opel Group CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann was able to accept a Connected Car Award for the digital connectivity of the company’s vehicles.
Rüsselsheim. Opel can already look forward to its first award in 2015.
Rüsselsheim. The new Corsa is a real winner.
An important award for a life-saving feature – The Euro NCAP Advanced Reward for advanced safety technology goes to Opel.
Rüsselsheim. The Opel Meriva has retained its title as the champion compact van in the prestigious J.D. Power Customer Satisfaction Report, once again scoring the highest rating in its segment.
Madrid. The new Opel Vivaro, to be launched at the end of the summer, has already scooped its first plaudit.
Rüsselsheim/Rome. It’s small, trendy, highly customizable and an award winner – the Opel ADAM beat off competition to win the ‘Carolina’ award.
Rüsselsheim. The Mokka sub-compact SUV is again the number one readers’ choice in this year’s Auto Bild Allrad awards, retaining its "All-wheel Drive Car of the Year" title in the "Off-road vehicle and SUV up to 25,000 euros" category.
Rüsselsheim. Opel made a real impression in Geneva with its vehicles, technologies, exhibit and staff.
Rüsselsheim. The Opel ADAM is a real winner, and its list of accolades just got longer. In the 38th Readers’ Choice Award of the respected trade magazine auto motor und sport in the mini car category.