BERLIN -- Opel is reducing output of its Grandland due to lower demand.
The Stellantis plant in Eisenach, Germany, which builds the crossover, will have eight days of short-time working this month, a company spokesman told Automotive News Europe sister publication Automobilwoche.
With a model change due, some customers are waiting for the Grandland’s successor, which is depressing demand for the current model.
Production of the next Grandland, which will be available as a full-electric version, is scheduled to start in the second half. Opel is investing more than 130 million euros ($140 million) in the plant for its production.