DETROIT – Nick Reilly, newly appoint to CEO of Adam Opel GmbH, wants to grow sales of the General Motors Co. brand beyond its German borders despite the failure of similar past schemes. “We haven’t priced it right for the type of vehicle that we’ve had,” Reilly tells Ward’s during the North American International Auto Show here, suggesting Opel take a page from Volkswagen AG’s playbook. “There is a premium you can get for a German-engineered product, and I think that’s the way we should ...
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