SAO PAULO – General Motors Corp. and Volkswagen AG plan to launch sporty versions of their popular cars in Brazil. GM will roll out the Vectra Challenge with a base price of $20,000. The vehicle has a 2.2L engine, air conditioning, power windows, antitheft system, fog lights and leather seats. VW, meanwhile, will launch the Gol Sport in Brazil to coincide with the World Match soccer cup in Japan and Korea. Although the price has not been set, analysts believe the car will base at about ...

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