Saturn Flextreme Concept Highlights

According to General Motors, the Flextreme previews new elements of Saturn and Opel design language, including more sculpted surfacing molding, clear style elements such as narrow, boomerang-shaped lights and a sloping feature line in the side graphics. The vehicle also marks the return of a popular Saturn feature from the past: quad coupe doors.

Some other highlights of the Flextreme concept:

  • Design collaboration between Saturn and GM European Opel brand
  • Provides up to 34 miles of all-electric, emissions-free range
  • Uses GM's E-Flex technology (with integrated 1.3L turbo-diesel engine)
  • E-Flex System uses an electric motor, powered by a lithium-ion battery
  • Innovative FlexDoor and FlexLoad systems provide unique utility
  • All windows made of lightweight polycarbonate, as is a large part of the roof

Read more about the Saturn Flextreme concept here and view photos of the Flextreme in the photo gallery.

Source: General Motors


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