FRANKFURT — Opel's G90 concept car is the prototype of a radical small car aimed, not at replacing the Corsa or Astra, but to compete head-to-head with the Mercedes-Benz A-Class and new Audi A2. The G90, unveiled at September's Frankfurt Motor Show, is General Motors Corp.'s attempt to bridge the technology, design and quality gap that exists between Opel's high-volume small cars and rivals from Germany's quality marques. The all-aluminium, space-frame car will wear Vauxhall and Opel ...

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