Audi invests 900 million in a new plant in Hungary
Györ (Hungary), 11 May 2012 (IRIN) -
The German car maker Audi, Volkswagen Group, has committed an investment of 900 million euros to build a new plant in Györ, Hungary, whose works are progressing as planned and will be operational in 2013.
From that year, the firm with the four rings in the new facility will produce a total of 125,000 Hungarian vehicles per year, corresponding to a car derived from the Audi A3. The project has enabled the creation of 900 jobs.
Audi is present in the Hungarian city of Györ twenty years, when he built an engine factory. This factory produced in the first quarter 522,010 engines, up 11%. In addition, facilities came 11,253 units TT models, A3 Cabriolet and RS 3 Sportback.