German carmaker Opel produced its first vehicle in 1899. Since then, it's seen many ups and downs.
Following the global financial crisis, Opel saw its sales going down in Europe, leading to the closure of several plants. But the carmaker has also seen several mergers and near-mergers with other automakers. Here you can find an automatic compilation of all DW content relating to Opel.
As planned, the CEO of German carmaker Opel, Michael Lohscheller, has presented a rescue plan 100 days after the acquisition of the company by French owner PSA Group. He says there'll be no forced layoffs and no plant closings, as the German carmaker looks to a new future.