VIENNA – General Motors purchases Isuzu’s remaining 40% shares of the Isuzu Motors Polska diesel engine plant located in Tychy, Poland. The plant where Circle L 1.7L diesel engines are built now is called GM Powertrain Poland. The Tychy facility was established by Isuzu and started production in 1999. GM has held a 60% interest in the JV since 2002. Since 1999 the factory has produced more than 2.5 million diesel engines, most of them earmarked for GM vehicles. The ...

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