CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. announces a A$19 million ($11 million) upgrade at its Lonsdale, Australia, plant to produce a new 3.8L V-6 engine to power the new Magna. The auto maker is spending A$900 million ($538 million) to develop and build the new Magna (sold as the Diamante in some markets) as well as a second new car. They will be released in 2005 and 2006, respectively. The upgrade of the plant will begin during the scheduled holiday shutdown in December and be ...

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