VIENNA – Naza Group, the Malaysian company that assembles several Kia Motors Corp. models, launches a new model based on the Chinese Hafei Lobo small car. Codenamed the Naza NX01 during the preparation phase, the car is called the Naza Sutera and is powered by a 1.1L 65-hp engine sourced from China. While the design of the Hafei Lobo comes from Italian design house Pininfarina SpA, some exterior changes were made for the Malaysian version. The interior also is tweaked compared with the ...

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