South Korea's GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. is rounding out its passenger-car offerings with the introduction of its first large luxury car, based on the Holden Statesman. GMDAT President and CEO Nick Reilly identifies the new vehicle, the Daewoo Statesman, as the company's “flagship model.” Daewoo Statesman In filling the large-car gap, Reilly opted to differentiate the existing Holden Statesman, produced in Elizabeth, South Australia, and import it to South Korea. The car is ...

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