Offshoot of US-sister

For the sister brand Buick in Poland are offshoots of Convertible Opel Cascada manufactured. The Production of other models will follow - even in Ruesselsheim

Opel is expanding its cooperation with the GM sister brand Buick and overloaded its factory in Gliwice, Poland better: From the beginning of 2016, the convertible Cascada will, which was unveiled at the auto show in Detroit, are sold under the Buick brand in the US, as the automaker announced. The constructed in the Opel development center in Russelsheim four-seater running in Poland from the tape and is to come on Australian roads under the brand Holden.

Opel: Production of other Buick models planned

"Wherever it makes sense, we will work with Buick in the coming years intensively," said Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann. The two brands do not come to international markets in the enclosure: Buick is sold in North America and China, Opel mainly in Europe. Other trucks, which were developed jointly, the Buick Encore or the Opel Mokka, the Buick Verano and the Astra notchback as well as the Buick Regal and Opel Insignia are.

At the end of the decade, also a new Buick model will be manufactured at the Rüsselsheim as GM had announced. "This is the utilization and thus the greater efficiency of our plant Rüsselsheim to property," Neumann said. Buick offers its US customers with the Cascada first time in 25 years an open car. In the US, the market for convertibles according to the data from 2009 to 2013 grew by three percent to more than 131,000 units.

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