GYOR, Hungary — The Volkswagen Group is preparing to switch all of its gasoline engines larger than four cylinders to direct injection by 2004. The Audi division is preparing for the changeover by again expanding its engine manufacturing complex here in northwest Hungary. In June, Audi opened an engine development center at Gyor for 200 people. Already, the first 80 Hungarian employees are in the building. Each received at least six months of training in Germany, says plant spokeswoman ...
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