VIENNA – Pilot production of the Renault Logan is under way at Iranian car maker Pars Khodro Co. “Over the next two months, some 200 units of this car will be manufactured,” Pars Khodro parent Saipa Group says in a statement. Serial production of the Logan, for now called by its codename, the L90, in Iran, is slated to begin in September. “We plan to make some 12,000 L90 cars by the end of the current Iranian year (ending March 20),” Pars Khodro Chairman Abdolvahab Shariati says. In ...

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