FRANKFURT — A new light commercial vehicle, a culmination of a long-standing partnership between General Motors Corp.'s Adam Opel AG subsidiary and Renault SA, is four months away from Job One and already the partners are looking for more capacity. The 2.8-ton van, which has a jumbo jet-style cab and whose distictive looks will stand out on European roads, is set for production at GM's Luton, U.K., plant. Original projections were for 60,000 annually at Luton, which has an 86,000-unit ...

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