MADRID – Vexel Automotion SA is investing €5 million ($5.3 million) for production of a vehicle aimed at disabled drivers that it hopes will sell worldwide. Production started this year and already companies in several countries have signed up for distributions rights. Industry observers here say the venture holds promise. Vexel Quovis The Vexel Quovis measures 92-ins. (2.3-m) long, 60-ins. (1.5-m) wide and 68-ins. (1.7-m) high. It has no side doors but features a wide ...

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