A look at the vehicles among the most significant of the 900 vehicles at this week’s 87th Geneva International Motor Show.
Combining with British brand Vauxhall would create second-largest carmaker by market share in Europe.
The automaker has also hired a former judge who oversaw legal compliance at Daimler AG in the wake of a bribery scandal there.
Five highlights among the 210 new car launches at the German auto show.
Also withdrawing Opel brand and production of Chevrolets by Russian firm GAZ.
Sales were down about 43% in March.
Automaker will shutter factory in St. Petersburg by the middle of 2015.
Will add a future Buick model to production line at Germany plant.
$1.3 billion investment brings automaker’s total spending on US manufacturing plants to $2.8 billion in 2013.
Warehouse to continue operating and Bochum factory may make components
German plants affected employ more than 15,000 people.
Troubled European automaker has a new CFO and head of R&D.
Restructuring in Poland, England and Germany has company hopeful it will turn operations around overseas.
The European car-maker will ramp up export markets and streamline manufacturing operations in Germany.