Thanks to a weak dollar, more US-built cars may soon be plying European roads— and beyond. Ward's Automotive says GM is (still) hoping to globalize Caddy, plans to build a Euro-spec Sky and Solstice, and may transfer some of Australia's Holden production stateside. BMW's South Carolina plant may export a new multipurpose vehicle based on the X5 platform, while Subaru may (there's that word again) send its upcoming Indiana-built SAAB CUV abroad. Ford is also considering selling more American-made models in foreign climes. The US currently exports 400k cars a year.
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