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The history of Opel Automobile GmbH began with a man like Adam Opel.
He was born in Germany, Rüsselheim, and was the son of Philip Wilhelm Opel.
The father was a mechanic, which predetermined the occupation of the future founder of the company.
Having been trained in the company of his father, Adam Opel went on a journey in 1857, worked in a safe factory, and then with his brother Georg got a job at a garment factory Journaux & Leblond, and then Huguenin & Reimann.
In 1862, Adam Opel returned to Germany and set up a workshop for the production of licensed sewing machines in a former cowshed, and all the components were sent from Paris by his brother Georg, who remained there.
Thus began the story of one of the legendary German car manufacturers in 1863.
By 1947, it was possible to resume mass production of pre-war models of passenger cars.
The 60-70s of the last century were the heyday of the German automaker, we note such models as the Opel Kadett (they took the pre-war name), Opel Ascona and the big legendary trio KAD (Kapitän/Admiral/Diplomat).
Moreover, from time to time, even Volkswagen AG managed to get around in terms of sales, and this is worth a lot.
By the way, the British automaker Vauxhall (acquired by GM in 1925) stopped developing its models from the 70s of the last century and produced only Opel models under its own name.
Some Opel models are also known as Saturn and Holden.
Opel's problems began in the 80s of the last century, we will not focus on them, production volumes were declining, quality was declining.
The mediocre leadership of Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua led to the fact that Opel completely ruined his name and reputation.
The systemic crisis, GM problems led to the fact that in 2017 Opel Automobile GmbH was sold to the French engineering concern Group PSA.
On January 16, 2021, the French Group PSA and the Italian Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) merged into one company to form Stellantis NV.
Currently, Opel, along with other well-known brands, is part of this particular Dutch company.