FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Europe's largest carmaker Volkswagen AG is considering building its new "baby Bentley" model in the Dresden factory where it currently assembles its luxury VW Phaeton sedan, the company said on Monday. "Since the factory (in Crewe, England) is reaching full capacity, one could theoretically build some of the smaller four-door Bentley models, which are expected to hit the market around the middle of next year, in Dresden," a spokesman said. He added though ...
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