INDIA: GM considering Daewoo Nubira as 2003 Opel Astra replacement - report
Auto India says that General Motors India Ltd (GMIL) is likely to introduce Daewoo's Korean-built mid-sized Nubira in 2003, possibly replacing the current Opel-made Astra. The Indian-specification Nubira would have a 1.8- litre engine and would be assembled at GMIL's facility at Halol in Gujarat, a facility. That can make 25,000 cars a year and could be scaled up to 100,000 units per annum.
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