GENEVA -- General Motors expects to gain market share in Europe again this year, with particular strength for its growing Chevrolet and Cadillac brands, a top official said on Tuesday.
"From General Motors' perspective, we have grown share and we think we will continue to grow share," Fritz Henderson, chairman of GM Europe, told reporters at the Geneva auto show.
"Chevrolet is the one brand that can by far gain the most market share," Carl Peter Forster, president of GM Europe told reporters.
The Cadillac luxury brand, which unveiled the new BLS mid-sized sedan at the show on Tuesday, can also gain share in Europe, Henderson said. However, the mass market Opel brand will fight for market share by "a 10th of a point" at a time, Henderson said.