General Motors Corp.’s Indian unit, General Motors India Pvt. Ltd., will launch sales of the Opel Vectra midsize sedan in the next two months. A spokesman for the unit says the Vectra will be imported fully built and probably have a 2.2L engine, both gas and diesel-powered. GM India will launch another car in 2003 and a third new model the following year to keep up with a growing market, says the spokesman. GM India hopes to sell 9,000 units this year, short of its 9,500-unit target but ...

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