MG Rover developed the car after buying the Italian Mangusta sports car platform, owned by the American Qvale Automotive group, in June 2001.
What does QAG stand for?
QAG stands for Qvale Automotive Group (San Francisco, CA)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The British car maker last year bought the Italian subsidiary of Qvale Automotive Group, based in Modena, northern Italy, which the employed 70 people to man-ufacture the Mangusta.
Bruce Qvale, president of Qvale Automotive Group, said: "MG Rover showed an interest in our Mangusta car project in Modena and we have agreed a good deal for both sides.
MG Rover is developing the X80 after buying the Italian Mangusta sports car platform, owned by the American Qvale Automotive group, in June 2001.
Predicting the route the company takes could be as difficult as predicting June's deal to buy Qvale Automotive Group in Modena, Italy.