VIENNA – Adam Opel GmbH will build its all-new future small car, positioned below the Corsa, at its Opel Eisenach GmbH plant in the east German state of Thuringia. The start of the car’s serial production, dubbed by German media as the Junior, is planned for 2013. Plans call for about 100,000 units annually. At a later stage, Opel may build a battery-electric version for zero-emission city driving. “Our €90 million ($120 million) investment in the Eisenach plant will significantly ...
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