The French automaker, PSA group, is on track with its plans to return to the U.S. through its newly created PSA North America.
German prosecutors searched Opel's operations in Ruesselsheim and Kaiserslautern on Monday as part of a probe into possible diesel-emissions cheating.
Opel, General Motors' former European unit, said last week it plans to stop producing the Buick Cascada in 2019.
Opel said it would stop selling the Cascada, the Adam city car and the KARL at the end of 2019. A spokesman for Buick, which sells the Cascada in the U.S., would not confirm its plans for the car.
PSA Group's methodical return to North America so far has been marked by futuristic steps into mobility services. Now, it's about to get more traditional.
The E-Legend concept shown in Paris presents Peugeot's vision of an electric and autonomous vehicle future, with styling that evokes the retro feel of the brand's famous 504 Coupe that debuted in 1969.
PSA is open to new industry tie-ups and is attracting attention from competitors after its lightning turnaround and swift progress in restructuring recently acquired Opel, CEO Carlos Tavares said.
PSA Group is adding features to its fledgling mobility services platform for the U.S. in conjunction with a new car-sharing service being launched in Washington, D.C., at the end of October.
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