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Ford Sollers launches production of new models in Tatarstan
30.07.2012 10:43
Ford Sollers launches production of new models in Tatarstan

The companies Ford and Sollers have launched assembling crossovers Kuga and Explorer, as well as mini-vans S-Max Galaxy at their joint enterprise in Elabuga, Republic of Tatarstan.

      
In the first half of 2012 Ford has sold 63 353 cars in Russia, what has shown rise of 18%. Kuga and Explorer have shown the best dynamics, its rise has made up 85%. 1797 Kugas and 512 Explorers have been sold.

      
The joint enterprise Ford-Sollers was created in February 2011, with about US $2.3 billion project budget. The first automobile model, produced at the plant in Elabiga was Ford Transit.

      
 



Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Car production in Russia     

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