MLADA BOLESLAV, Czech Republic – Skoda Auto a.s. is preparing to launch production here of a new manual transmission family – dubbed PQ 35 – mainly for use in the new Volkswagen Golf and next-generation Skoda Octavia. New Golf will get Skoda-built transmissions. Skoda currently manufactures MQ 200 5-speed manual transmissions at the Mlada Boleslav engine and gearbox plant. That transmission was launched in August 2000, and in September cumulative production reached 500,000 ...

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