DETROIT – The Opel Tigra replacement joins the ranks of modern-day convertibles in that it will bow with a retractable hardtop, says Mike Burns, president of General Motors Corp.’s European operations, during a visit here. Opel Tigra replacement to have retractable hardtop. The Tigra small coupe, which enjoyed almost cult-like status, was discontinued in 2000 and executives from Adam Opel AG always have hinted at its return as they worked on the business case. And the auto maker ...

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