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Christopher Bruce2012-12-04 14:03:45

Skoda Begins Engine Production for Other VW Brands

Building 2,200 1.2 TSI and 1.4 TSI engines a day

Skoda is now building the EA211 1.2 TSI and 1.4 TSI engines in the Czech Republic

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Mlada Boleslav factory has begun production of 2,200 1.2 TSI and 1.4 TSI EA211 engines a day. The engines will be distributed to Skoda, AudiAudiAudiGermany, 1909 > present83 models
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to apply to their vehicles. 

“We are continuing the expansion of our production capacities for engines and transmissions. The production of engines for the EA211 series strengthens our manufacturing base in the Czech Republic and underlines the important role the Skoda production plays for the Volkswagen Group," said Michael Oeljeklaus, Skoda head of production.

The EA211 engine family covers many of Volkswagen's three- and four-cylinder engines between 1.0-liter and 1.6-liters. Most of them are turbocharged. 

Volkswagen builds the DQ200 dual-clutch transmission at Skoda's Vrchlabí factory, and it is upgrading the factory to build 1,500 transmissions a day in mid-2013. 

Skoda is in the middle of major growth. In addition to now building the TSI engines and dual-clutch transmissions, it is also upgrading its tech center in Cesana, building a new IT center and enlarging its parts center. It also just reopened its Museum in its original factory. 



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