Naza Automotive Mfg. is spending MYR30 million ($9.75 million) to install a robotic assembly line at its Malaysian plant as it prepares to build a new C-segment sedan. The new assembly line is the first at the Naza plant in Gurun using robots to ensure quality consistency for the vehicle launching in the Malaysian market in the next few months. In a news release announcing the assembly line, Peugeot says the new model is called T73. Previous media reports have said T73 is a codename ...

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