By year’s end, Audi AG will announce plans to produce vehicles in one of 20 Volkswagen AG plants that now have excess capacity, promises Audi Chairman Franz-Josef Paefgen. The plant is needed because Audi is stretched to the limit of its own annual capacity of 700,000-plus units. With plans to sell more than 1 million cars annually within five years, Audi will need at least one new plant to achieve that volume, executives say. Two leading candidates are VW’s plant in Setubal, Portugal, ...
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