GYOR, Hungary – Audi AG’s Audi Hungaria Motor Kft. plant launches production of a new common-rail 4-cyl. diesel engine that delivers 170 hp and meets Euro 5 emissions standards. “The common-rail engine, as one of our volume products, is an engine with a great future,” Audi Hungaria Chairman Thomas Faustmann says. Audi Hungaria invested about €46 million ($66 million) to add tooling to its facility for the new 2.0L mill. In the year’s first nine months, Audi Hungaria manufactured ...
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