MADRID – Volkswagen Group’s SEAT and Skoda brands will collaborate in the production of a new notchback sedan, which will be sold as the SEAT Toledo by the Spanish brand and Skoda Rapid by the Czech marque. Skoda’s Mlada Boleslav plant in the Czech Republic will produce both models, with total output forecast at 120,000 units annually. The Toledo name was abandoned by SEAT in 2009 when the model’s third generation flopped in the market. Styled by Walter da ...
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