General Motors has no plans to scrap its Vauxhall brand, says CEO Fritz Henderson. Responding to questions about Vauxhall’s future, Henderson said the United Kingdom, where GM sells its cars as Vauxhall, “happens to be our largest market in Europe.”
“We have no interest in expanding Vauxhall beyond the UK and never had interest in changing Vauxhall in the UK,” Henderson said.
Henderson was speaking at news conference on Monday called after GM submitted a revised viability plan to the U.S. government.
GM is seeking outside investors for Germany-based Opel and its British sister brand Vauxhall.
Source: Automotive News Europe