The German manufacturer Volkswagen holds a very wide range of engines produced worldwide, starting with a capacity of less than 1l and three cylinders, until V10, V12; compared with the U.S., where only produces engines of 4, 5 or 6 cylinders.
This could cause the company to start production of engines, especially diesel and hybrid at the factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Although the United States will not be the most exotic engine products the group’s VW, the entire range will be available from import.
Decision-building diesel engines and hybrid in this location will certainly be determined by the need to reduce fuel consumption while maintaining performance machines, according to Automotive News.
The second reason for the production of engines at the factory in Tennessee is that in this way, in the long term, not a Volkswagen in May to confront the difference between current U.S. dollars and euros.
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