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The company Daewoo, originally founded as the National Motor in 1967 in Bupyeong-gu, Incheon - South Korea. Saenara is the first car company in Korea, which is equipped with modern facilities. Saenara Motor was bought by Shinjin Industrial in 1965, which changed its name to Shinjin Motors after establishing a joint venture with Toyota. After the withdrawal of Toyota in 1972, Shinjin Motor changed its name to General Motors Korea  but was renamed again in 1976 to Saehan Motor

After the Daewoo Group has increased control in 1982, the name was changed to Daewoo Motor. By 1996, all cars were based on models from General Motors. All models are called Maepsy Saehan Daewoos. In Royale Series models were like: Daewoo Royale XQ and Royale Duke in March 1982, Royale Prince in July 1983 and Royale Salon Super by March 1986. After a range of Daewoo Royale, in 1989 came during the Daewoo Imperial, a luxury car with a style reminiscent of the contemporary Chrysler Imperial. It was produced until 1993.

Daewoo addition was the 1986 Daewoo LeMans, based on the Opel Kadett E. With three-door versions were called Racer, a five-door Penta-5. This car was produced in February 1997 and was one of the biggest successes of Daewoo Motor. In 1990 created Espero, designed by Bertone in Italy. Daewoo Heavy Industries was introduced in 1991. Tico, Damas and Labo models similar to Suzuki car models. The first real Daewoo Motor product, Lanos was introduced in late 1996.

In 1998, Daewoo took control of SsangYong Motor, but in 2000, the company was sold. In 1999, Daewoo Group ran into financial difficulties and was forced to sell part of its stake. Candidates for the purchase of assets are Hyundai, Daimler Chrysler, Ford Motor Company and GM - Fiat. Finally, General Motors was the one who buys assets Daewoo Motor. In 2004, Daewoo Motor was acquired by Tata Motors, the largest automobile and trading company, which is engaged in manufacturing of vehicles in India.

EngineDaewoo Nubira 2001

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