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Read more about Ssangyong: The original name of the company was to have Dong-hwan, which started in 1954, South Korea. For 1966, the company started exporting buses to Brunei, the following year its place of export would be Viet Nam.

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  • Mazda is not going to let out the car with rotor engines

    Mazda is not going to let out the car with rotor engines

    Head of Mazda of Masamichi Kogay say that for the company return to rotor engines is almost impossible. In interview to the Automotive News edition Masamichi Kogay told that "Mazda" does not plan to let out new models with rotor engines - they simply will not pay off.

  • Audi RS1 rule does not throw

    Audi RS1 rule does not throw

    Launched at the Geneva show this year, S1 and S1 Sportback 2014 models can make an even more powerful brother, the RS1. In an interview with Motoring, Frank Gruner, Audi designer responsible for the car, when asked about the possibility of an even stronger version of the project, practically confirmed the possibility.

  • BMW reports net income in the fourth quarter of 2013

    BMW reports net income in the fourth quarter of 2013

    BMW reported a profit higher than expected in the fourth quarter of 2013. According to a report published by Bloomberg ...

  • Brazil has 42 of the world's most lethal transit

    Brazil has 42 of the world's most lethal transit

    The Institute for Transportation Research at the University of Michigan released a study entitled "Mortality in traffic accidents in 193 countries: a comparison with other causes of death." In the material, are disclosed various data relating to insecurity in traffic.

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