VIENNA – Volkswagen’s planned new engine plant in Kaluga, about 112 miles (180 km) southwest of Moscow, is the latest piece in the German auto maker’s strategy to reach annual sales of 500,000 vehicles in Russia. Volkswagen Group Rus already operates a car plant in Kaluga, which assembles the VW Polo sedan and Tiguan cross/utility vehicle, as well as Skoda Fabia and Octavia cars from completely-knocked-down kits. The engine factory will be located near the car ...
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