PARIS – Fiat Auto SpA and Egypt's El Nasr Automotive Mfg. Co. are negotiating the assembly of the Turkish-made Fiat Albea small sedan. The Albea would replace the Tofas Sahin sedan currently assembled from complete-knocked-down kits supplied by Turkish car maker Tofas Turk Otomobil Fabrikasi A.S. Tofas is owned 37.9% by Fiat. “We already have proposed to our Egyptian partner to move to the Albea, which we believe is a very suitable product for Egypt,” says Alfredo Altavilla, CEO of ...

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