Whatever you may think of the Chevrolet Volt, the vehicle is still a huge milestone for General Motors. What’s more, we also know that it won’t be selling a million units anytime soon, especially if consumers can simply purchase the Opel Ampera, the Volt’s European twin.
According to Autoline, Chevrolet is looking to capitalize on the brand’s rapid growth by offering the Volt in dealerships all over Europe. Though this will definitely do wonders for the European perception of Chevrolet as a brand, it seems to step directly on Opel’s toes while removing exclusivity from the European brand’s product offering.
It seems The General has some inner-family issues to work out. Sound off on the comments on what you think of the decision.