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GM gets behind Vauxhall & Opel by dropping Chevrolet in Europe

Fri, 06 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Cars like the Chevrolet Trax (pictured) will disappear from the UK in 2015 GM has seemed to be fighting a battle with itself in the UK and Europe by marketing a broadly similar range of cars under the Vauxhall and Opel badges in the UK and Opel and Chevrolet in Europe. But unlike the VW Group, which manages to offer very similar cars from VW, SEAT and Skoda and create a different customer base, GM seems to have failed to make the marketplace work with Opel and Vauxhall competing with Chevrolet. So Chevrolet are on their way out in Europe.

Infiniti Q30 concept rendered ahead of Frankfurt motor show reveal

Thu, 08 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Infiniti has released a rendering of its upcoming Q30 concept, which will be unveiled at this year's Frankfurt motor show in September. The Q30 concept is intended as a contemporary design vision for a future compact vehicle from the brand. "This Infiniti Q30 concept is a prelude to the product portfolio expansion which underpins our aggressive global growth strategy," said Johan de Nysschen, Infiniti president.

General Motors fires back at Volkswagen

Thu, 14 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

General Motors issued a terse response this week to published comments by Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn, who suggested to the German press that Opel could be sold to a Chinese competitor. Detroit-based GM called Winterkorn's comments “regrettable” and accused him of “fanning speculation.” Opel was nearly sold to Magna and Russian investors in the wake of GM's 2009 bankruptcy. But then-CEO Ed Whitacre and the corporate board reversed that decision, igniting controversy from German political and labor leaders who have long chafed under American oversight.