India: GM-SAIC JV to launch 3 LCVs in 2011

The Indian joint venture between General Motors and Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) will enter the country's light commercial vehicle (LCV) market in 2011, with the launch of three vehicles in this segment. According to GM India president and managing director Karl Slym, the LCVs will be produced at the plant It’s time to log … Continued

The Indian joint venture between General Motors and Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) will enter the country's light commercial vehicle (LCV) market in 2011, with the launch of three vehicles in this segment.

According to GM India president and managing director Karl Slym, the LCVs will be produced at the plant

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