General Motors Corp.’s new small car to be built at Lordstown, OH, will be derived from the next-generation Chevrolet Optra/Daewoo Lacetti, which was designed and developed by the auto maker’s GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. subsidiary in South Korea, Ward’s learns. GM has not officially announced the Optra replacement as the vehicle scheduled for Lordstown. However, GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner earlier this week said the new car to be built at the plant will ride on the auto ...

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