FRANKFURT, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Opel's new car Adam, a crucial product for the ailing brand, has received over 20,000 customer orders since October, many of them prior to the model's mid-January launch. Parent General Motors sorely needs a success if it is to turn around its loss-making European business, and the Adam so far has not disappointed. Readers of Germany's main enthusiast magazine Auto Motor und Sport recently named it the second-best car of its class even before it ...
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