Vauxhall closes the book on the current-generation Vivaro as the 957,107th unit rolls off the production line and heads to the automaker’s Heritage Centre at its headquarters in Luton, U.K. Workers at the Luton plant, 35 miles (56 km) north of London, begin building the all-new model later this month with 52% of production destined for export markets. The all-new Vivaro secures 1,200 jobs, a 10-year contract and a £185 million ($312.3 million) investment at Luton. Vauxhall ...

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