FRANKFURT, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG and Maserati Spa dismissed on Friday a report that Europe's biggest carmaker had decided not to use the Italian sports car group's Quattroporte model as the platform for its new C1 luxury car. The proposal was part of a broader plan initialled a year ago for the Volkswagen/Audi group and Maserati, which is part of Fiat's luxury Ferrari unit, to explore cooperation on technology, commercial operations and financial services. "As far as Maserati ...
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