It seems that General Motors intends to resume its activities on the territory of the EU countries, bringing environmentally friendly cars there.
The last time General Motors was more or less seriously present on the European market was in 2017 when it sold the Opel and Vauxhall brands to PSA. Over the past 5 years, the Chevrolet Corvette has become the best-selling car of the concern, which has sold not so much in circulation. In addition, some Cadillac models were sold in the Old World.
However, the other day insiders reported that GM intends to return to Europe with its cars, and the brands that will represent the manufacturer will be Hummer and Cadillac. Of course, taking into account the desire of Europeans for electrification, the brands will enter the market only with their own electric models.
It is assumed that the Cadillac Lyriq crossover will become a pioneer. If its sales are considered successful, the manufacturer will also send an electric Hummer there as a flagship model.
It is worth noting that GM representatives have never officially talked about this, but recently the CEO of the concern, Mary Barra, said that she admits the possibility of returning to the European market. Then she also said that the concern will do this after 2025 when it will completely switch to the production of electric models.