Opel boss wants to “not categorically rule out dismissals”

Opel boss Michael Lohscheller

“We want to grow, and we will grow – but never at the expense of CO2 and profitability.”


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Munich No other German vehicle manufacturer suffered such a drastic drop in sales as a result of the corona crisis as Opel. Sales in the core market of Europe have more than halved since the beginning of the year.

With a total of nine electric cars in its portfolio, the carmaker wants to initiate a turnaround in sales next year, Opel boss Michael Lohscheller told Handelsblatt: “In 2019 – before the corona crisis – we had a sales volume of a good million vehicles. We want to come back to this level. “

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