Ford is increasing production of its 1.0L direct-injected turbocharged EcoBoost 3-cyl. engine to meet growing demand in Europe. The auto maker says it will add a second shift at its Cologne, Germany, engine plant to double output to more than 1,000 units a day. The move will boost projected production capacity this year to 165,000 units from 100,000, and to 200,000 engines in 2014, equating to a 62% increase. The 1.0L EcoBoost also is built at Ford’s Craiova, Romania, engine ...

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