Israeli automotive company New Kopel Group will launch the Chery automobile on the Romanian market in the first half of next year, with 24 units of the Chinese brand already undergoing tests in the company fleet. According to Mediafax, New Kopel Group, which also deals in car rentals and leasing, will sell the Chinese brand through its car sales subsidiary Union Motors, a dealer of the Suzuki and Opel brands. “As far as prices are concerned, we can say these won’t be under those of Dacia, but they won’t be very far from these either,” company CEO Dudy Perry stated, during the opening event of Union Motors’ first Opel showroom. Union Motors yesterday inaugurated its first Opel showrooom since it became partner of the German brand. The showroom was constructed on the Bucharest-Ploiesti motorway, upon a total investment of EUR 6 M.