FRANKFURT, Aug 25 (Reuters) - General Motors' Opel brand plans to share the platform of the planned successor model of its small delivery van Combo with that of French rival Renault's Kangoo, Germany's Automobilwoche magazine said on Saturday. This would widen existing cooperation between the two companies on Opel's transport vans Vivao and Movano, the publication said in a summary of an article due to appear on Aug. 29. A spokesman for Opel declined to comment on the report. The Combo ...
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