VIENNA – Serial production of the new Volga Siber sedan, a car based on the previous-generation Chrysler Sebring, is under way at the OOO Avtomobilny Zavod GAZ plant in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. The Russian auto maker unveiled the Siber a year ago at the Moscow auto show. Pilot production followed in late March, and the official start of sales is scheduled for Sept. 1. Four companies competed to design the Siber, including Astra Rossa, a Russian studio established by Russian designer ...
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