NEW DELHI – General Motors India Ltd. still lacks a volume car, and it has been waiting impatiently for new product help. But the time has come to storm the market. The product onslaught starts with India’s rollout of the Opel Vectra that was introduced in Europe and Japan in 2002. It is imported as a completely built-up unit from Opel’s new assembly line in Russelsheim, Germany. It has the potential to become GM’s flagship and be assembled in India if sales reach 3,000. Opel ...
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