VIENNA – Opel Austria Powertrain GmbH, the Vienna-based engine and transmission plant, changes its name to General Motors Powertrain-Austria GmbH. The name change is one of the results of the General Motors Corp.-Fiat Auto SpA divorce that took place earlier this year. (See related story: Opel Austria Powertrain Sees No Impact From GM-Fiat Divorce) Opel Austria plant gets renamed. The plant launched production of the new M20/32 6-speed transmission in April 2004 and manufactured ...
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