Nissan Infiniti says Magna not to build compact car


FRANKFURT, Oct 19 (Reuters) - A compact car which Japanese carmaker Nissan's premium brand Infiniti is planning for 2015 will not be built by Magna Steyr, a unit of Canadian auto parts group Magna International. Infiniti had been investigating since May whether contract carmaker Magna Steyr's production site in Graz was suitable for the model, which will be based on a Mercedes front-wheel drive chassis. "Infiniti ended the feasibility study this week and ...

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