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Bentleys to be made in Slovakia?

THE LUXURY Bentley EXP9 Falcon SUV will be produced in Bratislava, the German economic daily Handelsblatt wrote on February 4, citing the supervisory board of Volkswagen, the company that produces the car. The SUV is to be five metres long, weigh 2.6 tonnes and cost at least €200,000, according to the daily. Finishing touches on the Bratislava-produced cars would be applied in the English town of Crewe.

THE LUXURY Bentley EXP9 Falcon SUV will be produced in Bratislava, the German economic daily Handelsblatt wrote on February 4, citing the supervisory board of Volkswagen, the company that produces the car. The SUV is to be five metres long, weigh 2.6 tonnes and cost at least €200,000, according to the daily. Finishing touches on the Bratislava-produced cars would be applied in the English town of Crewe.

However, the Slovak factory is not sure that this type of car will be produced at all, according to VW Slovakia spokesman Vladimír Machalík, as quoted by the Sme daily.

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