With plans to reintroduce Daewoo cars to the U.S. market this year, the newly established GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Ltd. (GMDAT) plans to leverage multiple brands, say published reports from South Korea. Daewoo’s Kalos could come to U.S. as the Chevy Aveo. The auto maker reportedly intends to send its Magnus – which was sold in the U.S. as a Daewoo Leganza – and new Lacetti sedan (which replaced the Nubira in the Daewoo lineup) to the U.S., where they will be sold under the ...

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