Suzuki and VW to start joint projects in January

Suzuki and VW to start joint projects in January

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Newlyweds Volkswagen and Suzuki won’t waste anytime in getting started on their new joint projects. At the recent launch of the new Suzuki Alto, CEO Osama Suzuki told reporters that the teamed up automakers will begin “Actual, detailed execution — with our people going there and their people coming here… after January.”

That first project will be a new small car that will be sold in developing countries, which could be outsourced from Suzuki’s Indian Maruti operations and is rumored to cost between $4,300 and $5,400 USD.

Volkswagen has much less experience in building ultra-small cars than Suzuki, which is a leader in Japan’s tiny Kei car class, and an expert at making money with low pricing.

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Newlyweds Volkswagen and Suzuki won’t waste anytime in getting started on their new joint projects. At the recent launch of the new Suzuki Alto, CEO Osama Suzuki told reporters that the teamed up automakers will begin “Actual, detailed execution — with our people going there and their people coming here… after January.”

That first project will be a new small car that will be sold in developing countries, which could be outsourced from Suzuki’s Indian Maruti operations and is rumored to cost between $4,300 and $5,400 USD.

Volkswagen has much less experience in building ultra-small cars than Suzuki, which is a leader in Japan’s tiny Kei car class, and an expert at making money with low pricing.

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