VIENNA – General Motors Powertrain-Hungary Ltd. celebrates production of its 5 millionth engine since the start of serial production in June 1992. The milestone gasoline engine – a 140-hp 1.8L, 16-valve 4-cyl. Ecotec – was shipped to Germany for installation in an Opel Zafira microvan. This type of mill has been built in Hungary since August 2005. The company, which is based in Szentgotthard, Western Hungary, employs some 700 people. In addition to producing medium-size gasoline ...

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