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The Opel Trixx
The Opel Trixx

The Opel Trixx (also known as the Opel TRIXX) was a concept car created by Opel. It was first introduced at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show. This city car concept was designed for the traveler's point-of-view since of the many gadgets built into it. Lincoln Futura A concept car is a car prototype made to showcase a new vehicles styling, technology, and overall design before production. ... Opel, originally and more correctly known as Adam Opel AG is an automobile maker in Germany. ... 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 74th Geneva Motor Show The Salon International de lAuto (or Geneva Motor Show) is an annual auto show held in March in the Swiss city of Geneva. ...


The Trixx uses a 1.3 CDTi common rail diesel engine that gives out a 1.30 L displacement. This also gives the Trixx a top speed of seventy miles per hour (112.6 km/h). The rest of its engine power hasn't been tested.


The design of the Trixx is very compact. Like any other city car, the Trixx only seats about four. Although the Trixx is small, it can store things as large as bicycles in it. The Trixx features an inflatable rear seat, sliding electric doors, and a roof hatch that can be opened by the push of a button. The hatch can be used to store long items being transported. A City Car is a small, moderately powered vehicle (sometimes battery electric powered) intended for use in urban areas. ... This mountain bicycle features oversized tires, a sturdy frame, front shock absorbers, and handlebars oriented perpendicular to the bikes axis Bicycle may also refer to Bicycle Playing Cards. ...


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Agila | Astra | Corsa | GT | Meriva | Signum | Speedster | Tigra | Vectra | Zafira The Agila, badged either as Opel in Europe and Vauxhall in the UK, is a city car built in Poland, with sales commencing in summer 2000. ... The Astra is a General Motors (GM) small family car, badged as an Opel in continental Europe, a Vauxhall in the United Kingdom, a Holden in Australasia, and a Chevrolet in Latin America. ... 2003 Vauxhall Corsa The Corsa is a small car or subcompact produced by General Motors in Europe. ... Opel GT The Opel GT is a two-seat sports car introduced by Opel in 1968. ... Opel Meriva The Opel Meriva is a small minivan based on the platform of the third generation Opel Corsa and sold under that name on all of the European markets with the exception of the UK, where its called Vauxhall Meriva. ... 2001 Opel Speedster The Opel Speedster is a roadster produced since early in 2001 by Lotus for General Motorss subsidiary Opel and is also badged as Vauxhall VX220 for British market. ... 1994 Vauxhall Tigra The Opel Tigra was originally a small coupé from Opel based on its Corsa subcompact car and marketed from 1994 to 2001. ... The Opel Vectra is a midsize car produced by Opel, the main European subsidiary of General Motors. ... Opel Zafira The Zafira is a car from General Motors, branded as an Opel in Europe, except for the UK, where it is branded as a Vauxhall. ...

Combo | Movano | Vivaro The Opel/Vauxhall Movano is a mid-sized commercial vehicle sold in Europe from year 2002. ... The Opel Vivaro, a van/bus available in several different configurations and wheelbases, was introduced in 2003 and is a rebadged version of the Renault Trafic. ...

Aero GT | Antara GTC | CD | Diesel Rekordwagen | Eco Speedster | Frogster | Frua Diplomat | G90 | GT 2 | Insignia | Maxx | OPC X-Treme | Snowtrekker | Trixx Chevrolet S3X (C100) The Chevrolet S3X (model C100) is a concept SUV developed by GM Daewoos design center in Incheon and is based on GM Theta platform. ... Opel Frogster The Opel Frogster was a concept car created by General Motors German brand, Opel. ...

Admiral | Ascona | Blitz | Calibra | Commodore | Diplomat | Frontera | GT | Kadett | Kapitän | Manta | Monterey | Monza | Olympia | Omega | Rekord | Senator The Opel Ascona was a midsized car produced by Opel, the German subsidiary of General Motors. ... The Opel Blitz was a 3 ton German truck used frequently throughout World War II. A half-tracked version, using tracks and supension based on that used on the Universal Carrier, was also produced, as the Opel Maultier - (Mule). ... The Opel Calibra (badged as a Vauxhall in the UK and a Holden in Australia) was launched in 1989, a front-wheel drive coupé based around the running gear of the Opel Vectra A which had been launched the year before. ... Image:Opel REKORD Coupé (1966-1971). ... Opel Diplomat is an automobile from Opel. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Opel GT The Opel GT is a two-seat sports car introduced by Opel in 1968. ... 1936 Opel Kadett The Opel Kadett was a compact-sized automobile from the German Opel company, which is part of General Motors’ European division, offered between 1937 and 1940, then from 1962 to 1992. ... From 1979 until 1983 the GM division Opel offered special homologation Rally versions of Manta, the Group B Manta 400. ... 1978 Opel Monza 3·0S The Opel Senator was a large sedan sold in Europe from 1978 until 1994. ... The 1935 Opel Olympia was the first mass-produced car with a chassis-less all-steel body. ... The Opel Omega was a large automobile from Opel, the main European subsidiary of General Motors. ... Opel Rekord is an automobile from Opel. ... 1978 Opel Monza 3·0S The Opel Senator was a large sedan sold in Europe from 1978 until 1994. ...



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