Mercedes begins volume production of new FWD B-Class car at Hungarian plant.
KECSKEMET, Hungary – Mercedes-Benz Mfg. Hungary launches production at its new vehicle plant here. The Kecskemet facility is producing two of the five models coming from Mercedes’ front-wheel-drive architecture that will underpin the new-generation A- and B-Class models. Daimler has invested €1.4 billion ($1.86 million) in production of the new cars, including €800 million ($1.06 billion) to construct the Kecskemet plant and €600 ($800 million) to expand its ...
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