31 May '11, 6am

General Motors to sell Captiva SUV in Japan: It may be made in South Korea, but General Motors will soon be intr...

It may be made in South Korea, but General Motors will soon be introducing its Captiva SUV in the Japanese market. According to reports in business daily The Nikkei , the introduction of the vehicle will be its first new offering in the country since 2009. One of the main advantages is that transport costs will be low compared with shipping from the USA and the vehicle will be positioned as an affordable mid-to-large import with a sticker price of 3.54million yen. It seats seven and features a 2.4litre engine. The Captiva is actually part of the Chevrolet line-up having been jointly developed in the US, South Korea, Australia and Europe. See also News in brief: VW reveals electric car plans Honda project aims to fight global warming US and Japan team together on Smart Grid project Japan and Russia to double natural gas project GM to participate in Shanghai electric vehicle...

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Tesla Motors Inc., the maker of electric Roadster sports cars, plans to sell 5.3 million shares in a secondary offering to...