American car manufacturer General Motors (GM) is in talks to sell the company's European operation, including brands such as Vauxhall and Opel to the PSA Group which owns Citroën, DS and Peugeot, according to reports.
The rumour, which has not been confirmed yet, is at an advanced stage according to Reuters. The PSA Group is to take a majority stake in GM's European brands, Opel and Vauxhall.
Such a deal could result in a significant change in the European automotive industry. General Motors on the other hand, has not made any official confirmation regarding the sale of the two brands.
PSA had earlier said that the company was in touch with GM, and the dealings regarding Opel and Vauxhall was towards possible expansion of current projects, which would lead to production of new vehicles from both manufacturers sharing the same platform.
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