RUESSELSHEIM, Germany – The strategy for Adam Opel AG, simply put, is up and out. The European subsidiary of General Motors Corp., responsible for about 1.6 million of the 6 million vehicles GM sells annually, wants to move its brand up-market gradually, via an expanded product lineup with signature styling. Insignia would help Opel move upmarket. Financially, it wants out of a state of decline, once and for all putting its restructuring plan behind and moving on. Against a ...

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