VIENNA – Skoda Auto India Pvt. Ltd., the Aurangabad, India-based assembly plant owned 100% by Skoda Auto a.s., is adding additional models into its mix and doubling annual assembly capacity from 15,000 vehicles to 30,000. Alongside the first-generation Skoda Octavia Tour, which has been assembled in Aurangabad since October 2001, Skoda is adding output of the Octavia Tour station wagon, the second-generation Octavia range and the auto maker's Superb flagship model at the Indian plant. ...

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