PARIS – General Motors Corp. will decide by year-end on a replacement for the Opel Tigra, says Carl-Peter Forster, GM Europe vice president and chairman and managing director of Adam Opel AG. And it looks more likely to happen, than not, as the business case is being pulled together for the small coupe that was discontinued in 2000. “I think we’ll get there,” Forster tells Ward’s while in Paris for the auto show. If it goes into production, it would be a convertible, Forster says. ...
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