Renault starts SUV production at South Korea unit


SEOUL, Nov 19 (Reuters) - French car maker Renault SA started commercial production of its first sports utility vehicle (SUV) at its South Korean unit on Monday, with the aim of turning out 100,000 units per year. Before the production lines came into operation for the Koleos SUVs, Renault Samsung Motors Co Ltd had aimed to sell at least 172,300 passenger cars for the whole of this year. "We plan to use the whole capacity and you can assume that we will export roughly 60-65 percent of ...

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