Cut will idle 80-100 workers on Twizy line.
MADRID – Is the Twizy EV destined to become the biggest disaster for Renault’s Valladolid, Spain, assembly plant since the Modus? Perhaps. The French auto maker has cancelled the second production shift for the model only four months after implementation, idling 80-100 workers. Renault says the shift has served its purpose, having produced enough units to cover advance orders from European dealers, and output now can be lowered to an annual rate of 20,000 vehicles. But ...
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