Audi to add third shift at Győr plant

Automotive

German carmaker Audi is planning to add a third shift at its Hungarian plant in order to meet the expectations posed by high demand for premium models, Audi Hungária Motor announced today. The shift is expected to be introduced in the middle of August, the unit reported.

With the introduction of the third generation Audi TT model, the factory in Győr will operate at full capacity, the managing director for vehicle production, Gerd Walker said. The preparations are in full swing for the launch of the new coupé’s serial production, the director added.

The entire production of the Audi TT and TTS models will be hosted in the carmaker’s Győr plant. The new plant can produce 160,000 vehicles a year.

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