VIENNA – Fiat Auto Poland S.A., the Polish Fiat Automobiles SpA plant based in Tychy, reports higher production due to scrappage subsidies introduced in some European countries. The facility manufactured 140,360 vehicles in the first quarter, up 18.8% from like-2008. The total includes 68,524 Fiat Pandas, 42,947 Fiat 500s, 1,649 Fiat 600s and 2,539 Abarth 500s, as well as 24,701 Ford Ka cars based on the 500 platform and built for Ford Motor Co. “We are currently producing more than ...

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