SEOUL – GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co.’s all-new Tosca sedan is the auto maker’s first “homegrown” midsize sedan and is expected to bring future sales growth to the upstart company. The car was designed and developed over 30 months at the product design and engineering center adjacent to the No.2 plant in the Bupyeong manufacturing complex, where it now is produced. Released in late January, the Tosca also is the vehicle Rick Labelle counts on to help garner another two percentage ...

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