I think you are right on the money there.NewcastleFalcon wrote:Haven't quite got the facts or evidence at my fingertips, just a feeling that the "deal" has more than a whiff of desperation about it on both sides, and the "fine print" reveals more than the headline. GM have for a considerable price, managed to unload a long standing headache, and all PSA have "bought" is a guaranteed headache.
There may be some logic that escapes me, which may be one of the reasons I am not a board member at PSA.
When I read that PSA were going through with the acquisition I just shook my head in confusion and disbelief. I think that says it all really.
What happens to the Opel Ampera E then ? As this is the EU version of the Chevy Bolt, which is in reality a GM car does that mean that PSA now have the rights to produce the Ampera E, or is the Ampera E release this June now cancelled ?