VIENNA – GM-AvtoVAZ, the 50/50 joint venture between General Motors and Russia’s Lada manufacturer AvtoVAZ, will unveil the second-generation Chevrolet Niva small cross/utility vehicle at the Moscow auto show in August 2014, Managing Director Jeffrey Glover is quoted as saying by the automotive website avtosreda.ru. “Plans call for a 1.8L gasoline engine with about 125 hp,” he says on the site. The current model has a 1.7L gasoline engine delivering 80 hp. There ...
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