POLKOWICE, Poland – Volkswagen Motor Polska Sp. z.o.o., the Polish engine plant wholly owned by Volkswagen AG, reaches a new milestone, manufacturing the 2 millionth engine at its facility here. The plant, which began production in 1999, built some 510,000 diesel engines in 2003. Its main product is the 1.9L TDI 4-cyl. diesel, which is shipped to a number of VW Group plants. VW-Poland’s 2L diesel mainly is used in Polish-built Caddy model. In addition to the 1.9L engine, the ...

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