FRANKFURT, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen is seriously considering making cars for premium arm Audi in its main Wolfsburg plant to fill unused capacity at the factory and placate labour, a magazine reported on Saturday. Citing sources close to VW brand chief Wolfgang Bernhard, industry magazine Automobilwoche said VW was weighing whether to build the next-generation Audi A3 model in Wolfsburg, which now runs at only 70 percent of capacity. Audi now makes the A3 at its Ingolstadt plant. ...
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