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Vauxhall will retain the Vectra name

THE new Vauxhall Vectra - due to enter showrooms in 2002 following an autumn 2001 motor show unveiling - will retain the Vectra name. National newspaper reports have suggested that the successor model would be called Epsilon.

However, a Vauxhall spokesman said Epsilon was the codename for the new car and the Vectra name would be retained. The £32 million investment at Vauxhall's Luton plant - the home of Vectra - will see manufacturing switched from four floors to two.

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