Mazda will add 200,000 units to its capacity for Skyactiv engine production by the end of 2014, taking it to 1 million units a year in response to rising global sales of vehicles with the technology. The increase will cover both Skyactiv-G gasoline engines and Skyactiv-D diesel engines at the auto maker’s Hiroshima, Japan, plant. Mazda says in a statement a highly versatile new engine-machining line will be installed in the existing engine plant. An assembly line now used ...

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