FRANKFURT – A radical concept car, to be unveiled at September's Frankfurt Motor Show, is the first proof-in-the-metal that Adam Opel AG intends to remain in the executive market following the imminent death of the Omega. Known internally as the Top-of-the-Line, Opel's new prestige saloon is based on the architecture of Holden Ltd.'s all-new VE Commodore, due in early 2006. Rebodied for Europe to fall into line with GM Europe's new design language, the concept vehicle ...

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