USA: Daewoo models could replace cheap GM Europe Opels, especially in southern Europe - report
Some low-price market slots presently covered by European-built General Motors cars could be replaced with Daewoos now that GM owns the company, according to Opel chairman Carl-Peter Forster. In an intriguing aside around Detroit show time, Forster told The Car Connection website (TCC) that his division may have "overstretched" itself trying to cover the entire range of the European market, so it may now move to have "some price positions we cover...picked up by Daewoo."
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