The restructuring, coming with a one-off charge of £9mln, will save £50mln per year in payroll costs.
The car dealer has been offering maintenance services since April, implemented a new contactless vehicle delivery process on 18 May and reopened most salons on 1 June.
However, the current orders equal 51% of last year’s like-for-like sales for the same period.
At the end of May, 66% of staff were in furlough, which is expected to reduce to 55% this month.
Last month ended with £57mln net debt and an adjusted net book value of £325mln.