Iran's automakers to unveil new domestically-manufactured cars

Iran’s Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Reza Rahmani said on Wednesday that the country’s automakers will unveil three new domestically-made cars in the future.

Rahmani made the remarks speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a cabinet session.

The new cars are 90 percent made by the Iranian manufacturers and only some spare parts are being imported which are also planned to be produced in Iran within the next few years, the Minister added.  

The new cars meet the internationally-accepted standards and consume much less gasoline in comparison to the previous domestically-made cars, he added.  

The new cars will produce less pollution, Rahmani said, adding that the officials will make efforts to supply the market with the new cars at a less price than the previously-made cars.

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