VIENNA — Volkswagen AG plans to build a new vehicle at its Volkswagen Poznan Sp. zo.o. plant in Poznan, Poland, supplier sources say. The new vehicle, internally known as Stadtlieferwagen (German for city delivery van), is referred to as the SLW or codename VW357, and is said to be a light commercial vehicle (LCV). It's said to be based on the future Golf minivan, whose build starts is September 2002. Poznan production of the SLW is scheduled for the first half of 2003. VW plans to ...
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