SHANGHAI — China's largest automaker, Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Co. Ltd., is developing a fourth-generation car that could be on the market within two years, sources close to the company say. The new car reportedly will come equipped with a 1.3L-1.6L engine. The vehicle will be priced at about RMB130,000 (US$15,700), comparable to the automaker's Santana standard model. Shanghai-VW also produces the Santana 2000, priced at around RMB180,000 (US$21,740). The next and more affordable ...

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