VIENNA – Adam Opel GmbH plans to increase engine and parts production at its factory in Kaiserslautern, Germany. The facility currently builds 2.0L 4-cyl. turbocharged diesel engines. The expansion will increase annual output from 150,000 units to 230,000 by 2014, when the plant will launch production of a new-generation 2.0L diesel mill that complies with Euro 6 emissions standards. The new diesel will be installed in Opel’s flagship Insignia and its next-generation Zafira multipurpose ...

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