TOKYO — General Motors Corp. names its Asia vehicle, codenamed the YGM-1, the Cruze. The Cruze is the product of co-development efforts between GM and Suzuki Motor Corp., in which the No.1 automaker holds a 20% stake. To be manufactured at Suzuki's Kosai plant, the Cruze will be badged as a Chevrolet. It marks the first vehicle that GM has designed and manufactured in Asia for the Asia/Pacific market, GM officials say. Production is slated to start after its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show ...

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