In the shadow of the Schockel Mountain in Graz, Austria, supplier Magna Steyr builds an impressive list of luxury and complicated vehicles for big-name auto makers. One building is devoted to the new BMW X3 cross/utility vehicle. Next door, Magna builds the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Chrysler Voyager minivan, the Mercedes E-Class and military-based G-Class, and now the new Saab 9-3 convertible. It recently won an engineering contract to develop portions of the upcoming Smart Forfour. And ...
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