Meanwhile, back at the former Rover plant in Longbridge, which had been idle since the former company's meltdown last year, Car magazine has uncovered the project formerly known as RDX60, a five-seat hatchback that would have squared off against the Euro Ford Focus and VW Golf. The once top-secret project is now just another artifact of the venerable, once non-Chinese British brand. It was based on the Rover 75 platform, but its not clear if the new owners of the company's intellectual property rights to that architecture plan to add the model to its Rowe line. What do you think?
Sneaking into Defunct UK Factories, Volume One: Longbridge, Birmingham [internal]