VIENNA – Adam Opel AG launches production of 1.9L CDTI diesel engines at its plant in Kaiserslautern, Germany. The engine first was developed by Fiat Auto SpA and later refined and produced by the Fiat-General Motors Corp. powertrain joint venture in Pratola Serra, Italy. Production of 1.9L diesel engines at the Opel plant in Kaiserslautern, Germany Following the GM-Fiat breakup, both companies agreed to share ownership of intellectual property rights for their 1.3L and 1.9L diesel ...

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