DOUVRIN, France – PSA Peugeot Citroen will start production here at the Francais de Mecanique factory in December of a new family of 1.6L gasoline engines developed by BMW AG for the Mini and the two French brands. "We are diesel specialists," says Philippe Pelletier, director of PSA's plants for manufacturing engines and parts. "It's good for us to have them as a partner." About 50 engineers designed the engines in Munich, 15 of which were from PSA. In La Garennes-Colombes, PSA's ...

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