VIENNA – General Motors Uzbekistan, owned 25% by GM and 75% by the Uzbek state automotive company Uzavtosanoat, unveils a Daewoo-badged version of the Chevrolet Lacetti sedan in Russia. The Chevrolet Lacetti was made in Russia by contract assembler Avtotor until 2012. Avtotor assembled all three Lacetti body styles, sedan, hatchback and wagon. The sedan also has been in production at the GM Uzbekistan plant in Asaka since 2008. Following the phase out of the Chevrolet version in ...

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