MADRID – Volkswagen delivers the news its Spanish subsidiary SEAT had been dreading to hear: Mass-market stablemate Skoda will produce a new CUV at one of its three plants in its Czech Republic home base. VW chose the Kvasiny facility over SEAT’s lone factory at Martorell, near Barcelona, Reuters reported Friday, citing a statement from Skoda. The automaker did not name the new model, versions of which will be sold by both Skoda and SEAT. The decision is a setback for SEAT CEO ...

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