Project Kimber may save Roadster
- Failed Rover buyers could build Roadster
- Company considering sites in Wales
- Group's goal is to build 8000 cars a year
The Smart Roadster will be reborn in Wales next year, according to Project Kimber.
Project Kimber – the consortium who tried to buy MG Rover last year – says a number of sites in South Wales are being considered with the goal of building around 8000 cars of the car a year.
It is also continuing to seek investors to fund the new factory.
Smart axed the Roadster and Forfour from its range to concentrate on its original Fortwo city car. A new Fortwo will go on sale in 2007.
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