Revoz plant, where new Twingo and Smart 4-seater to be built, produced 130,947 cars last year.
VIENNA – The plan to introduce multiple models of the next-generation Smart is being delayed because of a dispute between parent Daimler and partner Renault, German magazine Auto, motor und sport says. The two auto makers are collaborating on development of the successor to the Renault Twingo hatchback and a new Smart 4-seater, as well as the next-generation Smart 2-seater. While the next Twingo and 4-seat Smart will be manufactured at Revoz, a car plant owned 100% by Renault and ...
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