TURIN – The first of Fiat Automobile SpA’s next-generation Fiat 500, known as the Cinquecento here, officially has not been sold yet and already the auto maker is looking for a new production site to handle capacity for the subcompact cars on its A-platform, which until now has been concentrated in Fiat’s Tychy, Poland, plant. “We had 10,000 (Cinquecento) orders the first day in Italy,” says Luca De Meo, president of the Fiat brand. “We are going to have delivery problems, but we’ll face ...
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