Vauxhall to build new Astra at UK plant
Vauxhall, the British division of US carmaker General Motors, said Thursday it would build the new Astra model at its northern England plant in a £125-million ($198 million, 156-million-euro) investment."Vauxhall today confirmed that production of its next-generation Astra compact car will be built at the company's manufacturing plant at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire," the group said in an official statement."Ellesmere Port will be the lead plant of only two in Europe building the new model." The car will also be built in Poland.