BARCELONA – With some E1 billion ($865.5 million) invested in the Adam Opel AG’s Vectra program, General Motors Corp. will begin delivery in April to German dealers of the first vehicle based on its Epsilon global platform, a company executive tells media gathered here for test drives of the front-wheel-drive midsize sedan. The auto maker’s Russelsheim, Germany, factory, which received a E750 million ($649.1 million) cash infusion to prepare for Vectra production, started saleable ...

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