Adam Opel AG confirms plans to bring to market a new 2-seat roadster in 2004. The new car is part of the General Motors Corp. subsidiary’s plans to expand into niche vehicle segments and build its brand image in European markets. French coachbuilder Groupe Henri Heuliez S.A., based in Cerizay, France, will build the roadster, which has yet to be named. The business arrangement between the two companies is expected to follow in the footsteps of a current pact between Opel and ...
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