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Opel in Europe
Facts & Figures
At a Glance 2009
Adam Opel AG was founded in 1862 in Rsselsheim, Germany. Opel and its sister brand in the U.K., Vauxhall, sell vehicles in over 35 markets in Europe. The company operates 13 vehicle, powertrain and component plants in 8 countries and employs around 47,000 people. Many additional jobs are provided by some 5,000 independent sales and service outlets as a direct result oftheir business with the automaker. In 2009, for the third consecutive year Opel sold over 1.2 million passenger cars and light commercial vehicles in Europe, achieving a market share of 6.4 percent. In its homemarket in Germany, Opel regained the number two position with a market share of 8.6 percent.
The Opel/Vauxhall Insignia was the proud winner of the highly coveted European Car of the Year 2009 title. An independent international jury of key car journalists from 23 European countries chose the Insignia from a eld of 37 contenders.
At a Glance 2009 2
Section I: Company Opel Management Board Opel Heritage Innovations Environment Awards Products 12 14
Section III: Production & Employment Production by Country and Plant Vehicle Production by Model Employees by Country Opel Locations in Europe 26 27
Section II: Sales Figures Sales Highlights Sales by Country Top Ten Markets in Europe Sales by Model Market Share by Brand Top Ten Brands and Models 22 23
Opel Management Board
David N. (Nick) Reilly Chief Executive Officer
Opel Management Board Members Rita Forst Engineering Holger Kimmes HR/Labor Relations
Reinald Hoben Manufacturing
Tom McMillen Purchasing
Mark James Finance
Alain Visser Sales, Marketing & Aftersales
Opel looks back on a long history. Here are some key dates:
Adam Opel goes into business: he builds his first sewing machine, laying the foundation for the Opel company in Rsselsheim, Germany. Opel Patent Motor Car, System Lutzmann is the name given to the first Opel automobile.
Inauguration oft he Opel plant in Kaiserslautern Opening of the Opel proving ground in Dudenhofen. Inauguration of the GM Belgium plant in Antwerp for Opel production. New assembly plant opens in Zaragoza, Spain, to produce the Opel Corsa; new engine and transmission plant in Vienna (Aspern), Austria, starts production. New Opel plant opens in Eisenach, Germany. New engine plant in Kaiserslautern, Germany, begins begins production. Opel and Renault sign cooperation agreement in light commercial vehicle sector. Inauguration of the Adam Opel Haus, the new Opel headquarters in Rsselsheim. Opening of new Opel plant in Gliwice, Poland. Opel celebrates 100 years of car production. Production starts at Opels state-of-the-art facility in Rsselsheim. Start of production at new GM-AVTOVAZ joint venture plant in Togliatti, Russia.
The first Darracq chassis are outfitted with Opel bodies in Rsselsheim. The vehicles are marketed under the brand name Opel Darracq. The one thousandth Opel automobile leaves the factory. Opel celebrates its fiftieth anniversary. GM aquires Adam Opel AG in Rsselsheim, Germany. Opel production is halted for the duration of the war. The Opel plant in Rsselsheim is completely rebuilt. Inauguration of the second Opel plant in Bochum, Germany. Start of production of the first Kadett. Production starts at Ellesmere Port car plant in the U.K. 1912 1929
Continuous expansion in Central and Eastern Europe: start of Opel Antara production in St. Petersburg, Russia. 25th anniversary of Opel/Vauxhall Corsa. The ten millionth Opel a low emission Corsa ecoFLEX 1.3 CDTI rolls off the Zaragoza assembly line.
For more than a century, Opel has been at the forefront of automotive design and innovation. Here is a selection of our innovations: 1899 First Opel Automobile patent: reverse gear in patented motor car, Lutzmann system. Opel makes the automobile affordable with the Doctors Car, sold at a price of 3,950 marks. Introduction of modular construction system at Opel: Prefabricated car bodies can now be combined with different engines and chassis. Opel is first German manufacturer to adopt assembly-line manufacturing methods that enable volume production. Opel builds RAK 1 and RAK 2. RAK 2 has 24 solid fuel rockets that catapult the vehicle to an amazing 238 km/h, setting a new world record. Opel is first manufacturer to set up a customer service school. Opel Olympia is first German large-volume vehicle with self-bearing whole-steel body. The new design reduces the cars weight and improves aerodynamics and passive safety (rigid passenger cell with a front end that deforms in stages on impact). Performance and fuel efficiency both rise sharply. Opel Experimental GT is first concept car by an European automobile manufacturer and first concept car to go into production (in 1968). Composite-glass front windscreen for all Opel models. Opel patent: cavity in piston head reduces noise in diesel engines. Opel Senator is the first car with ABS System. Opel Kadett GSi is the most streamlined car in its class, at 0.30cd. Opel is first European manufacturer to offer catalytic converters as standard on all gasoline models. Opel patent: metal protection sheet integrated into seat backrests forms a rigid barrier. Opel pedal release system introduced to reduce leg injuries in the case of an accident. Opel Corsa Eco3 is first ready-to-drive 3-liter per 100 km car in the world. Flex7 seating system in the Opel Zafira. Introduction of fuel saving Twinport-Technology for gasoline engines All Diesel cars are available with maintenance-free diesel particulate filter.
Opel Flextreme concept car, the first application of GMs and Opels ground-breaking E-Flex electric propulsion system, is presented. Opel introduces low-emission ecoFlex variants of its volume model lines. GM/Opel engineers develop mechatronic chassis that makes driving safer and more comfortable.
Opel Eye is introduced in Opel/Vauxhall Insignia. The small wide-angle, high-resolution on-board camera reads road signs and lane markings, thus improving driving safety. Opel Ampera is unveiled at Geneva Motor Show. The revolutionary extended-range electric vehicle will make Opel the first European automobile manufacturer to provide customers several hundred kilometers of nonstop electric driving.
The Ampera extended-range electric vehicle will make the Opel brand the first European automobile manufacturer to provide customers several hundred kilometers of non-stop electric driving.
Opel is committed to energy diversity Opel leads environmentally-friendly technology development Opel supports reducing vehicle emissions and has a clear strategy regarding environmentally-friendly technology development: Opel will continue to improve internal combustion engines as well as manual and automatic transmissions. Key to its energy-diversity strategy is a variety of technical details to improve vehicle performance and significantly reduce CO2 emissions. Opel will also continue its efforts to displace petroleum fuels with alternative fuels such as CNG/LPG. Opel is a leader in CNG vehicles that can also be fueled with biogas. Opel will introduce pure battery-electric vehicles in smaller-size segments
Opel is pursuing energy diversity on many fronts. It is clear to us that petroleum alone cannot fuel all of the worlds rapidly growing demand for enhanced personal mobility. We must develop alternative sources of propulsion, using a variety of energy sources. Opel has a broad commitment to producing electric-drive vehicles that help diversify energy sources, reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency. The innovative Voltec electric-drive technology, featured in the Opel Ampera, is an important step to leadership in the development of electrically-driven vehicles. With the Ampera, Opel will be the first European automobile manufacturer to provide customers with an electrically driven vehicle capable of being the primary vehicle in the household. Ampera and the Chevrolet Volt are the first electricallydriven cars to provide zero range anxiety (from being stranded by a depleted battery) as well as zero emissions. Ampera and the Chevrolet Volt will deliver 60 km (40 miles) of emission-free electric driving, with the capability to extend the range to more than 500 of kilometers via an on-board generator. Featuring GMs fourth-generation fuel-cell propulsion, HydroGen4 produces an electric output of up to 93 kW and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in around 12 seconds. Project Driveway, the worlds largest market test of fuel-cell vehicles: In November 2008, 10 HydroGen4 vehicles were added to the test fleet of the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) in Berlin, Germany a program supported by GM/Opel, fuel companies, utilities, other automakers and the German government. CEP provides customers with hydrogenpowered vehicles and fueling stations for day-to-day testing. The project will run through 2016. Nine large corporations ADAC, Allianz, Axel Springer AG, Coca-Cola, Hilton, Linde, Schindler, Total, and Veolia are the first business partners to test the HydroGen4 in Berlin, in day-to-day operation. 10
Opel environmental initiatives in Europe
Opel/Vauxhall offers a wide range of low CO2 g/km ecoFlex variants in each model line. Opel/Vauxhall ecoFLEX models combine the best of both worlds: they offer low emissions and fuel consumption without compromising on performance or driving dynamics. In 2009 Opel expanded its initiative to promote regenerative electricity production by building a solar energy power plant on the roofs of its Rsselsheim and Kaiserslautern manufacturing facilities. Some examples: The new Opel Corsa ecoFLEX is more respectful of the environment and more fun to drive than ever. It is powered by a sophisticated, 70 kW/95 hp 1.3 CDTI diesel engine boosted by a turbo with variable geometry. It is packed with 28 percent more power than the previous generation Corsa ecoFLEX even though fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are slashed by some 10 percent to 98 g/km CO2. The Astras line-up of powertrains with manual transmission provides impressive performance and overall cuts CO2 emissions by more than 12 percent compared with the current generation. The average fuel consumption of the diesel engines is 4.6 l/100 km and only 6.1 l/100 km for the gasoline line-up. Ecological star of the Opel Astra model line is the 95 hp Astra 1.3 CDTI ecoFLEX which boasts an average fuel consumption of only 4.2 liters per 100 kilometers and just 109 g/km CO2 emissions.
Heart of the Insignia ecoFLEX model is the 4-cylinder 2.0 CDTI engine with two versions: 118 kW/160 hp or 95 kW/130 hp. Both consume only 5.2 liters of diesel per 100 km equivalent to 136 g/km of CO2 emissions yet they deliver generous torque values ranging from 320 up to 380 Nm. That is thanks to a powerful, new-generation 2-liter common-rail turbo diesel engine refined specifically for the ecoFLEX range
ecoFLEX 1.3 CDTi
A selection of the Opel Insignias impressive 32 awards in 2009: Insignia was named European Car of the Year 2009 by an international jury composed of Europes most important motor journalists. Marc Adams, Vice President, Design, is recognized with AutoBests DesignBest 2009 award for his work on the Opel/Vauxhall Insignia. AutoBest is Europes second biggest independent motoring jury with members from 15 Central and Eastern European countries. Insignias Vehicle Line Director Andreas Haefele was recognized by Automotive News as 2009 Eurostar for combining product development, design and manufacturing ability to make the new Insignia a car that would steal buyers from (its) rivals Opel Insignia is voted best sedan in Gelber Engel 2009 awards presented by ADAC, Germanys largest automobile club is voted best sedan in Auto der Vernunft 2009 award chosen by readers of German magazines Guter Rat and SUPERillu wins red dot design award wins design award from Auto Bild magazine Sports Tourer wins Autonis Award 2009 for best new design in its segment is Europes Favorite Car, winning the most popular public Internet poll for the automotive sector in Europe, the Internet Auto Award 2009 from AutoScout24 OPC Sports Tourer took the Best Sport Car of the Year award in the station wagon category by Auto Bild SportsCars, the sister publication of the German car magazine Auto Bild New Opel Astra, launched in December 2009, also wins prestigious awards: Golden Steering Wheel award 2009 from Springer Media Group (Bild, Bild am Sonntag, Auto Bild) Auto Trophy 2009, readers choice in Auto-Zeitung in the category economically priced vehicle. Five star safety rating from European new car safety assessment organization, Euro NCAP. One year after the Insignia won the Car of the Year 2009 award, the new Opel Astra is named as a finalist for Europes top automotive award.
Further awards Opel/Vauxhall Ampera wins prestigious technology award from top British car magazine What Car? Opel develops and manufactures top quality cars. This was again reinforced by the latest DEKRA car-monitoring survey, where various Opel models were winners in quality the Corsa had the lowest defect rate of all cars on the market in Germany. The latest Auto Bild quality report named Opel the best German car manufacturer. The Opel Agila 1.0 ecoFLEX won the title Wertmeister 2010, achieving the highest residual value in its class in the German market. (Auto Bild together with the renowned market research institute Bhr & Fess Forecasts)
Corsa Color Race
Opel is making state-of-the-art technology accessible to a broad customer base at affordable prices. The innovative brand offers customers a comprehensive range of vehicles that lead with bold, dynamic style, versatility, and driving excitement.
Agila: The Opel Agila, a mini-monocab with five doors and five seats, combines versatility and eye-catching design in a very compact space. Yet it gives occupants everything but a small-car feeling. Even in the rear, adult passengers enjoy plenty of space. Thanks to the comfortable, slightly elevated seating position, visibility is excellent. Luggage compartment capacity is 225 liters, and with the rear seat folded forward, it increases to 1050 liters a top value in this segment. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.0 (48 kW/65 hp) to 1.2 (63 kW/86 hp) LPG: from 1.0 (48 kW/65 hp) to 1.2 (63 kW/86 hp) Diesel: 1.3 CDTI (55 kW/75 hp )
New Opel Corsa: New heart, new muscles everything under the skin is new. The new Opel Corsa range now offers a revitalized powertrain line-up that reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by up to 13 percent while increasing engine power in most applications. Chassis improvements and a steering re-calibration also improve comfort and fun to drive feeling. The new Corsa ecoFLEX model (70 kW/95 hp), in particular, offers exceptionally low CO2 emissions of just 98 g/km (3-door), yet 27 percent more power. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.0 (48 kW/65 hp) to 1.6 Turbo (141 kW/192 hp) Diesel: from 1.3 CDTI (55 kW/75 hp) to 1.7 CDTI (96 kW/130 hp)
Combo Tour: Along with the Combo Panel Van that offers up to 3,200 liters of cargo space, the five-seat Combo Tour variant has established itself as a popular leisure and family vehicle, thanks to its spaciousness and outstanding value for money. Engines: Gasoline: 1.4 (66 kW/90 hp) CNG: 1.6 (69 kW/94 hp) Diesel: from 1.3 CDTI (55 kW/75 hp) to 1.7 CDTI (74 kW/100 hp)
New Opel Meriva: The Flexibility Champion. Innovative, versatile and elegant: The second generation Opel Meriva, to premiere March 2010, will set the new standard for automotive versatility with a multitude of innovative features engineered to optimize the flexible use of space and packed in a distinctive, contemporary design. The Opel Meriva introduces FlexDoors, innovative rear-hinged rear doors that facilitate access to its cabin a premiere for a volume manufacturer. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.4 (74 kW/100 hp) to 1.4 Turbo (103/140 hp) Diesel: from 1.3 CDTI (55 kW/75 hp) to 1.7 CDTI (96 kW/130 hp)
New Opel Astra: Integrating German engineering excellence, fluid sculptural design and accessible innovative technologies, the new Opel Astra captures the philosophy which quickly made the Insignia Europes best-selling mid-sized sedan. The new Astra brings many comfort and safety features to the compact class that the Insignia first introduced to midsized cars. Exceptional technologies like an all-new mechatronic chassis, the most advanced lighting system, a front camera that recognizes traffic signs and seat technology with the best ergonomics are available. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.4 (74 kW/100 hp) to 1.6 Turbo (132 kW/180 hp) Diesel: from 1.3 CDTI (70 kW/95 hp) to 1.7 CDTI (118 kW/160 hp)
Opel Astra Station Wagon: The Astra Station Wagon continues Opels compact station wagon success story with an elegant design, high driving dynamics and plenty of space for passengers and luggage. Thanks to its 2.70-meter wheelbase, the Astra Station Wagon offers above-average rear legroom and a load capacity of up to 1,590 liters. Features such as the FlexOrganizer system in the trunk offer superb interior flexibility. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.4 (66 kW/90 hp) to 2.0 Turbo (147 kW/200 hp) LPG: 1.6 (85 kW/115 hp) Diesel: from 1.3 CDTI (66 kW/90 hp) to 1.9 CDTI (110 kW/150 hp)
Astra TwinTop: Launched in May 2006, the Astra TwinTop was one of the first vehicles in its class to feature a steel roof system that can be opened or closed in less than 30 seconds at the touch of a button and at speeds of up to 30 km/h. Thanks to the space-saving design of this roof, the dynamic-elegant coup among cabrios offers plenty of room for passengers and load area capacity of up to 440 liters. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.6 (85 kW/115 hp) to 2.0 Turbo (147 kW/200 hp) Diesel: 1.9 CDTI (110 kW/150 hp)
Opel Astra GTC: With its dynamic appearance, the Astra GTC model sets itself apart from its competitors without making any compromises in terms of everyday functionality. The successful models uniqueness is underlined by an exclusive feature: the optional panorama windshield that stretches back to the B-pillars and creates a completely new sense of visibility. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.4 (66 kW/90 hp) to 2.0 Turbo OPC (177 kW/240 hp) Diesel: from 1.3 CDTI (66 kW/90 hp) to 1.9 CDTI (110 kW/150 hp)
Opel Zafira: The clever 7-seat compact monocab with its ingenious Flex7 seating arrangement, unrivalled in terms of its flexibility, enabling transformation of the interior in a matter of seconds, without cumbersome removal of the seats. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.6 (85 kW/115 hp) to 2.0 Turbo OPC (177 kW/240 hp) CNG: from 1.6 (69 kW/94 hp) to 1.6 Turbo (110 kW/150 hp) LPG: 1.8 (103 kW/140 hp) Diesel: from 1.7 CDTI (81 kW/110 hp) to 1.9 CDTI (110 kW/150 hp)
Opel Insignia: The Car of the Year 2009 is available as a hatch, sedan or Sports Tourer. Technical highlights include: AFL+, Adaptive 4x4, FlexRide adaptive damping or e.g. Opel Eye front camera. The fastest model and emotional spearhead of Opel and of the sporty OPC (Opel Performance Center) range is the high-performance Insignia OPC with a 2.8l V6 Turbo and all-wheel drive. Engines: Gasoline: from 1.6 (85 kW/115 hp) to 2.8 V6 Turbo OPC (239 kW/325 hp) Diesel: from 2.0 CDTI (81 kW/110 hp) to 2.0 CDTI (118 kW/160 hp)
Opel Antara: Opel again sends a clear signal in the SUV segment with the Antara. The compact five-seat crossover boasts the handling of a passenger car, high levels of functionality, a raised seat position and innovative transport features such as the Flex-Fix carrier system, which pulls out from the rear bumper. Available with 4WD and 2WD transmission. Engines: Gasoline: from 2.4 (103 kW/140 hp) to 3.2 V6 (167 kW/227 hp) Diesel: from 2.0 CDTI (93 kW/127 hp) to 2.0 CDTI (110 kW/150 hp)
Light Commercial Vehicles: Combo: Along with the Combo Panel Van that offers up to 3,200 liters of cargo space, the 5-seat Combo variant is a popular family and leisure vehicle. Engines: Gasoline: 1.4 (66 kW/90 hp) CNG: 1.6 (69 kW/94 hp) Diesel: from 1.3 CDTI (55 kW/75 hp) to 1.7 CDTI (74 kW/100 hp) New Opel Movano: The all-new secondgeneration Opel Movano grows in size and range coverage, thereby raising the bar in the European light commercial vehicle segment with a new large van platform. It introduces a host of innovative technologies, a superbly comfortable and practical interior, competitively low fuel consumption and best-in-class operating costs. The all-new generation of four-cylinder common-rail diesel engines available in three output variants ensures lively performance and low operating costs. All engines are available to meet both Euro 4 or Euro 5 norms. Engines: Diesel: 2.3 CDTI from 74 kW/100 hp to 107 kW/146 hp
Vivaro: Medium-duty van/minibus. Ideal for families or commercial users. Two wheelbases, two roof heights, six variants, up to nine seats. Engines: Gasoline: 2.0 (86 kW/117 hp) Diesel: from 2.0 CDTI (66 kW/90 hp) to 2.5 CDTI (107 kW/146 hp)
2009 Sales Highlights
Opel/Vauxhall sold over 1,209,000 vehicles in Europe in 2009 In spite of the economic crisis spreading over to key Western European markets, Opel achieved a 6,4 percent market share in Europe. In Germany Opel increased its registration about 28 percent to nearly 350,000. Market share grew to 8.6 percent with the highest number of registration since 2006. In the passenger car market Opel regained the number two position. In the United Kingdom Vauxhall reached 11,7 percent market share and has been number two on the market for over four years. With a market share between 10.4 percent (Macedonia) and 7.8 percent (Slovenia), Opel consolidated its position in Central Europe.
2009 Sales by Country
Country Germany United Kingdom Italy France Spain Belgium & Luxembourg Russia Netherlands Turkey Austria Poland Greece Switzerland Portugal Denmark Hungary Sweden Romania Croatia Norway Slovenia Ireland Czech Republic Finland Slovakia Serbia-Montenegro Ukraine Bulgaria Macedonia Bosnia-Herzegovina Other Europe Other Eastern Europe Lithuania Estonia Latvia Kazakhstan Uzbekistan Total Europe Opel Units 347,697 260,873 133,615 96,030 72,033 46,081 34,277 30,445 24,710 24,240 23,503 17,795 15,343 13,363 8,387 7,072 6,838 6,038 5,207 4,989 4,901 4,688 4,153 3,323 2,812 2,477 2,390 2,191 1,9 1,209,121 Opel Market Share (%) 8,6 11,7 5,7 3,6 6,7 7,8 2,3 6,7 4,3 6,9 6,3 7,5 5,2 6,6 6,4 9,8 2,8 4,1 10,3 3,9 7,8 6,9 2,2 3,2 3,0 5,2 1,3 8,2 10,4 5,9 2,2 0,5 3,3 2,3 2,2 0,08 0,01 6,4
Top Ten Markets in Europe
Total Industry Sales (Units) 2009
1. Germany 2. France 3. Italy 4. U. K. 5. Russia 6. Spain 7. Belgium & Lux. 8. Turkey 9. Netherlands 10. Poland 4,049,353 2,684,853 2,352,683 2,222,542 1,509,870 1,074,899 590,674 573,968 451,907 371,938
Opel Sales by Volume (Units) 2009
1. Germany 2. U.K. 3. Italy 4. France 5. Spain 6. Belgium & Lux. 7. Russia 8. Netherlands 9. Turkey 10. Austria 347,697 260,873 133,615 96,030 72.033 46.081 34,277 30,445 24,710 24,240
Opel Market Share (%) 2009
1. U. K. 2. Macedonia 3. Croatia 4. Hungary 5. Germany 6. Bulgaria 7. Begium & Lux. 7. Slovenia 8. Greece 9. Austria 9. Ireland 10. Netherlands 10. Spain 11,7 10,4 10.3 9,8 8,6 8,2 7,8 7,8 7,5 6,9 6,9 6,7 6,7
2009 Sales by Model
Brand Opel/Vauxhall Model Agila Antara Astra Corsa GT Insignia Meriva Movano S-Combo Speedster Tigra Truck-Light Truck-Md/Hv Vectra/Signum Vivaro VXR8 Zafira Total Opel/Vauxhall Registrations 59,704 14,780 328,117 375,397 2,068 143,779 86,517 7,537 34,6,6 15,576 34,99,894 1,209,121
Market Share by Brand
Passenger Cars and Commercial Vehicles Market Share in Europe of Opel/Vauxhall and Competitors (%) 2007 - 2009
10.10 VW 10
8.8 8.6 8.7.4 7.0 6.6.0 5.2 8.0
7.6 7.1 6.6 6.0 5.9 5.0 4.6 7.0 6.5 6.4 5.7
Renault Fiat Peugeot Opel Citroen
Top Ten Brands and Models
Passenger Cars and Commercial Vehicle Registrations in Europe 2009 by Brand
1. VW 2. Ford 3. Renault 4. Fiat 5. Peugeot 6. Opel/Vauxhall 7. Citron 8. Toyota 9. Mercedes 1,904,753 1,638,845 1,430,535 1,314,986 1,223,035 1,209,121 1,069,369 871,755 807,070 Germany
Top Three Brands per Market 2009
Country Total Europe Brand 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. VW Ford Renault Fiat Peugeot Opel/Vxh Units 1,904,753 1,638,845 1,430,535 1,314,986 1,223,035 1,209,121 847,591 350,990 347,697 371,843 260,873 182,529 616,625 224,222 133,615 56,766 25,584 24,240 23,781 19,472 17,795 Market Share 10,10 8,69 7,58 6,97 6,48 6,41 20,93 8,67 8,59 16,73 11,74 8,21 26,21 9,53 5,68 16,09 7,25 6,87 9,99 8,18 7,48
1. VW 2. Meredes 3. Opel
10. BMW Group (+Mini) 738,450
United Kingdom 1. Ford 2. Vauxhall 3. VW Italy 1. Fiat 2. Ford 3. Opel 1. VW 2. Ford 3. Opel 1. Toyota 2. VW 3. Opel
Commercial Vehicle Registrations in Europe 2009 by Brand
Greece 1. Renault 2. Fiat 3. Ford 4. Mercedes 5. Peugeot 6. Citron 7. VW 8. Iveco 9. Opel/Vauxhall 10. Toyota 246,822 237,684 221,871 191,113 180,506 176,895 172,285 84,865 75,748 41,142 1. VW Golf
Registrations in Europe by Model 2009
698,660 522,778 498,889 398,558 390,813 375,397 357,940 328,117 311,106 295,381
2. Peugeot 207/206 3. Ford Fiesta 5. Renault Clio/Thalia 5. Ford Focus 6. Opel/Vauxhall Corsa 7. Fiat Punto 8. Opel/Vauxhall Astra 9. Fiat Panda 10. VW Polo
Production & Employment
Production by Country and Plant
Vehicle Production at Opel-Owned Facilities
Country Belgium Plant Antwerp Total Belgium Germany Bochum Eisenach Rsselsheim Astra Zafira Corsa Vectra Signum Insignia Buick Saab 650 Sedan Astra Classic Astra Zafira GCV - Astra Antara Captiva GCV - Cruze Corsa/Corsa Van Meriva Combo NG Meriva Astra/Astra Van GCV - Astra Vivaro Renault Trafic Total U.K. Total Vehicles Car line Astra Astra TwinTop 2008 Units 114,436 17,990 132,426 153,689 43,882 156,972 93,936 4,123 21,955 ,,,,,,,,,,474,557 29,782 33,281 108,460 ,,,,,171,523 , 3 ,179 ,,,,,,182 264,239 101,838 56,934 ,,,,,423,011 111,677 ,,,,,60,366 26,809 198,852 1,400,Units 84,494 4,368 88,862 116,312 26,025 133,038 ,,,,,,,,,,146,715 , 55 , 77 422,222 8,464 13,009 63,989 11,235 96,697 , 36 1,661 3,380 5,077 226,985 82,580 29,904 , 96 339,565 52,960 27,170 26,419 27,788 134,337 1,086,760 Hungary Germany Szentgotthard Bochum Kaiserslautern Rsselsheim Tychy* Bielsko Biala** Country Austria Plant Aspern Car line Engine Transmission Engine Transmission Transmission Engine Transmission Engine Engine 2008 Units 407,550 906,367 392,378 20,437 451,050 149,144 75,339 142,475 209,Units 407,758 674,398 275,811 12,013 420,800 122,389 72,216 122,348 125,558 Ukraine Russia Hungary
Vehicle Production 2008 - 2009 at Other Facilities*
Country France Plant Batilly Cerizay Total France Esztergom Total Hungary Togliatti Total Russia Spain Barcelona Total Spain Zaporizhye Total Ukraine Total Vehicles Astra Classic CKD Chevrolet Lanos CKD Vivaro Chevrolet Niva Chevrolet Viva Agila II Car line Movano - X70 NG Movano - X62 Tigra TwinTop 2008 Units 14,471 8,840 23,311 69,499 69,499 54,654 54,654 3,821 3,821 5,616 66,692 70,513 221,Units 5,673 ,12 3,200 8,885 50,691 50,691 23,101 23,101 ,999 ,999 ,144 8,451 8,595 92,271
Total Germany Poland Gliwice
Total Poland Russia St. Petersburg
*Not including vehicles assembled from component kits at plants in Kaliningrad, Russia; St. Petersburg, Russia; Zaporizhye, Ukraine; Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan and Asaka, Uzbekistan.
Total Russia Spain Zaragoza
Powertrain Production 2008 2009
Total Spain U.K. Ellesmere Port Luton
* Report to GM Powertrain Europe since January 2006. **Joint venture with Fiat (production volume represents GM share only).
Vehicle Production by Model
Vehicle Production 2008 2009
Brand Model 2008 Units 69,499 421,211 56,934 8,840 101,838 ,413,083 29,782 3,821 17,990 ,152,342 93,936 4,123 21,955 64,187 14,471 ,, 3 1,474,Units 50,691 360,023 29,904 3,200 82,580 , 96 266,775 8,464 ,144 4,368 38,405 90,014 ,,146,715 27,418 5,673 , 12 , 36 1,114,518
Employees by Country
Country Austria Belgium & Luxemburg Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Russia Southeast Europe (SEE) Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Southern Cluster (Italy) Total Total 1,575 2,23,1,24 3,6,815 3,49 4,46,500
Opel/Vauxhall Agila II* Corsa/Corsa Van Combo Tigra TwinTop* Meriva NG Meriva Astra/Astra Van Astra Classic Astra Classic CKD* Astra TwinTop GCV-Astra Zafira Vectra Signum Insignia Vivaro* Movano* NG Movano Antara Total *Manufactured in Opel and other facilities.
Opel Locations in Europe
Plant Manufacturing Joint-venture/Cooperation Sales Operations Sales Operations/Importer Design Center Engineering Center Sweden Estonia Russia Latvia Denmark Lithuania Norway
United Kingdom Ireland
Czech Republic Slovakia
France Iceland Switzerland
Austria Slovenia Croatia Bosnia & Herzegowina Italy
Serbia & Montenegro
Macedonia Albania Portugal Spain Greece Turkey
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