No. Just multinational. Same objectives that Ford and GM adopted in the
1930s and Toyota embraced more recently. Chrysler, Nash, Hudson,
Crosley, Studebaker, and Packard didn't embrace that approach.
To think that GM isn't one of the top two automotive manufacturers in
the world is simply incorrect. We will see more Regals. Detail design
in Germany, engine from the U.S., transmission from GM-China, final
assembly in Germany. If it sells here, assembly will start here, if not,
plan on next line in China.