SEOUL — Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. has completed development of a powerful 6-cyl. engine for its midsize and upscale models and plans to launch production in November. The Korean automaker, long criticized for underpowering its larger cars, has been relying on imported engines from General Motor Corp.'s Holden Ltd. operations in Australia to fill the gap. However, other than identifying the engine as an in-line 6-cyl. to be produced in both 2.0L and 2.5L versions, the company refuses to ...
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