Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. has begun pilot production of a new luxury sedan at its Pyongtaek, South Korea, plant that is a step up from its 63.9 million won ($70,000) Chairman premium large car, Ward’s learns. Codenamed the W200, the new sedan is designed for five passengers but is larger and has more interior room than the Chairman, which typically is chauffer driven and has a luxury rear-seat compartment. A Ssangyong spokesman says full production likely will begin in December. The ...

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