Taiwanese model makes Russian debut this week.
VIENNA – The first Luxgen7 SUV destined for showrooms drives off the assembly line at the Avtomobilnaya Kompaniya Derways plant in Cherkessk, Russia. Derways, a contract assembler of Chinese cars, builds the SUV from complete-knocked-down kits sourced from Taiwan. Russia is the third country, after Taiwan and China, in which the Taiwanese brand is built. “In Cherkessk, we are opening our third production site worldwide,” Vincent Tsao, Luxgen senior vice president, ...
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