INCHEON, South Korea – General Motors Corp. has high hopes for a diminutive car that was designed, developed and is being produced in Korea. The auto maker’s Korean subsidiary, GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co., boasts it has 4,000 advanced orders for the vehicle, which will be badged as the Chevrolet Cruze when it hits Europe and the U.S. in the next few years. The North American Cruze will go on sale in 2010 and be built at GM’s Lordstown, OH, facility Korean dealers tell Ward’s the ...

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