The Opel Automobile GmbH, usually abbreviated to Opel, is a German automobile manufacturer that is a subsidiary of Stellantis as of January 16, 2021. From 1929 to 2017, it was owned by the American car company General Motors, and from 2017 to 2021. Opel vehicles are sold as Vauxhall in the UK. Some Opel vehicles were produced in Australia under the Holden brand and in North America and China under the Buick, Saturn and Cadillac brands until 2020.
Opel vehicles were also sold in the North American market at various times as either heavily modified or “badge-engineered” models under the Chevrolet, Buick, Pontiac, Saturn and Cadillac marques, such as the J-body platform, which was largely developed by Opel – it was the basis for North American models such as the Chevrolet Cavalier and Cadillac Cimarron. Below is a list of current or recent Opel models sold under North American GM brands. The last two generations of the Buick Regal were redesigned versions of the Opel Insignia. Opel Corsa, Opel Insignia, Opel Mokka, Opel Crossland are current models.
|Founded||January 21, 1862, Rüsselsheim, Germany|
|CEO||Florian Huettl (Jun 1, 2022–)|
|Parent organizations||Stellantis, Groupe PSA|
|Subsidiaries||Opel Performance Center, Vauxhall|