ILZ, Austria – Magna Steyr Powertrain has phased out production of transfer cases and rear axles for Fiat Auto SpA’s Fiat Panda 4-wheel-drive small car at its plant here. Fiat Panda gave Magna Steyr opportunity to make components for 4WD passenger car. The production line for the components was installed in 1982 at the former Steyr-Daimler-Puch plant in Graz, currently known as Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik, and moved in 2001 to Ilz. The original contract called for the ...
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