Morgana builds a ‘chevy’ SUV, ‘allied’ building products

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Morgana has built a “chevy” SUV, a “allied” building products subsidiary, as it looks to expand its automotive business.

The Detroit-based company is planning to build a new, larger SUV called the “Chevy Camaro,” a spokeswoman said.

The company has been selling SUVs, but it is focusing on building a vehicle that has “everything you need to build an awesome car.”

It is planning a range of cars and trucks that will compete with BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, Nissan, Volkswagen and GM.

Morgana has been focused on building vehicles for the U.S. market, including its popular Corolla SUV, and plans to open a factory in Ohio this year.

It plans to produce about 150 Corollas each year, according to a statement from the company.

“Chevy and Morgana are going to make great vehicles,” Morgana CEO Michael Geller said in the statement.

Morganas chief executive officer, Michael Morgan, said the company is making a “major investment” in the company, including “the purchase of a new facility in Columbus and the expansion of the Columbus factory.”

“We believe this expansion will help our U.K. business significantly as well as strengthen our global presence,” Morgan said.

Morgan was founded in 2011, and Morganas car division has produced cars and parts for Ford, Toyota and Volkswagen.

It was acquired by GM in 2018.

The Chevy Camaro, which will be named the “Morgana Camaro” when it goes on sale later this year, will feature a 3.5-liter V6 engine that is more efficient than that of the Toyota Camry.

It will also come with a 7.0-liter four-cylinder engine that can go to a maximum output of 5,000 pounds (3,000 kg) and an output range of up to 100 miles (161 km).

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Morgana has built a “chevy” SUV, a “allied” building products subsidiary, as it looks to expand its…