VIENNA – General Motors is renaming its powertrain plants in Austria and Hungary, effective today. The General Motors Powertrain-Austria plant based in the Austrian capital here now is called Opel Wien, with Wien being the German word for Vienna. GM’s largest powertrain factory worldwide produces 1.0L, 1.2L and 1.4L gasoline engines, as well as 5- and 6-speed transmissions, and employs some 2,200 people. General Motors Powertrain-Hungary, located in Szentgotthard, near the Austrian ...

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