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 |  Jan 28 2011, 5:40 PM


Volkswagen broke ground on a new engine plant in Puebla, Mexico, which is expected to come online in 2013. The $550 million plant is expected to supply engines to vehicles built at Volkswagen facilities in Mexico and Chattanooga, Tennesse.

An estimated 700 jobs will be created at the plant, along with auxiliary jobs for parts suppliers. With 435,000 vehicles made in Mexico in 2010, the country will be integral to Volkswagen’s goal of selling 1 million cars in the United States by 2018.

[Source: Left Lane News]

  • Mars

    It’s unfortunate that VW would further compromise their rep for German engineering and quality. The brand seems less appealing every time I read another news post about the brand. Not sure I’d consider a VW for my next car anymore.