Coupe features China-built engine, many South Korea-sourced parts.
VIENNA – TagAZ, the struggling car assembler based in Taganrog, Russia, plans to launch sales of Russia’s first volume sports car, the Tagaz Aquila, on March 15. The 4-door coupe, codenamed PS511, already can be pre-ordered. It is priced at RR415,000 ($13,764). The Aquila, which is Italian for “eagle,” is powered by a 107-hp 1.6L gasoline engine manufactured under license from Mitsubishi. TagAZ also is considering a version powered by a 2.0L engine. “The ...
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