DETROIT – An SUV tops the list of priorities for GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. Ltd., say top officials of the recently reborn auto maker. Reilly: Daewoo SUV more than two years away. GM Daewoo, created when General Motors Corp. purchased some of the assets of South Korea’s now-failed Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., has a product line five strong – none of which are SUVs. The former Daewoo tapped the SUV market through light-truck specialist Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd., but that unit ...

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