TURIN — When the LaForza Magnum sport/utility vehicle (SUV) goes on sale early next year, buyers will pick one of three disparate engines: Fiat Auto SpA’s Alfa 3.2L V-6, Fiat’s Iveco truck division’s 3.9L 4-cyl. common rail diesel or a supercharged 6.0L General Motors Corp. V-8. It all will depend how much armor is included on the vehicle. What armor and whom is LaForza? LaForza rises from the ashes of Rayton Fissore. It’s a story that can be traced as far back as Isotta Fraschini, one ...
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