General Motors has announced that it is to stop selling Chevrolets in Europe in an attempt to stem losses at its troubled European arm. GM says the move will allow it to focus on the Vauxhall and Opel sides of the business.
In a further attempt to streamline its ailing European operations, GM went on to announce that it is to stop selling Vauxhalls. The company says this decision will allow it devote all its attentions to the ailing Opel brand.
As a mark of how focussed it is on saving vital parts of its business, GM Europe has also announced that it is stop selling Opels.
‘This is the best way to stop our losses,’ said GM Europe boss, Guieme Europeboss, shortly before sacking himself.