General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG unit says, contrary to news reports, it will increase production of its Vectra model, not cut back. A German auto magazine reported Vectra’s sales outlook was cut by about 15% and production scaled back to 409 units per day instead of the planned 850 units, due to Opel CEO Carl-Peter Forster’s plans to focus on quality, not quantity. An Opel spokesman confirms the 409 figure, but says production soon will increase to 850 units. Vectra’s targets are ...

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