Audi Hungary turns out 300,000th vehicle

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The Hungarian unit of German car manufacturer Audi in Győr, northwestern Hungary, turned out the 300,000th vehicle since it launched full vehicle production about two years ago, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today, citing a report from Audi Hungaria Motor.

The plant has been making engines for several years, but production of full vehicles at the plant was launched in 2013, MTI said. Currently the plant in Győr has a headcount of approximately 4,300, and it turned out 135,000 cars last year, MTI said. The models produced in Győr include A3 Limousines, A3 Cabriolets, TT Coupés and TT Roadsters, MTI added.

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