MADRID – Mercedes-Benz taps its plant in Vitoria, Spain, to build the successors to its Vito and Viano vans. Volker Mornhinweg, head of Mercedes-Benz Vans, makes the announcement during a visit to the plant 200 miles (320 km) northeast of Madrid in Spain’s Basque country. German parent company Daimler will invest E1 billion ($1.37 billion) in the facility for production of two new models codenamed VS20. The auto maker says it will add 300 positions to Vitoria’s 3,138-member workforce ...

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