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Iran Carmaker Mulls Two New Models
Iran Carmaker Mulls Two New Models

Iran Carmaker Mulls Two New Models

Iran Carmaker Mulls Two New Models

The second auto producer SAIPA will introduce two new models before the end of the current fiscal (March 2018), the company CEO Mehdi Jamali, said without elaboration.
The firm is to deliver the vehicles following the release of the 'Quick' model earlier this year based on the SP100 Tiba platform, Asbe Bokhar website reported.
It is not known whether the new vehicle is a variant of the Tiba model which so far had three different vehicles based on that platform, including Quick, Saina and Tiba hatchback.
SAIPA unveiled the small hatchback car Quick in March. The car's exterior design resembles China’s Brilliance model while seemingly merged with the  Tiba hatchback design. The model has a 1.5 liter engine, and automatic gearbox supplied by Belgium's Punch Powertrain.

 

 

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