Audi starts serial production of new TT RS model in Hungary

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Audi Hungaria Motor, the Hungarian unit of German carmaker Audi, started serial production of the new Audi TT RS model in Győr, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI today. The new model was first presented in Beijing in April.

The newly-developed 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine for the sports car is also made in Győr, the statement said.  

Audiʼs vehicle plant in Győr, opened in 2013, and has the capacity to make 160,000 cars a year. Of the headcount of 11,370, more than 4,000 employees are currently manufacturing the Audi A3 Limousine, A3 Cabriolet, and TT Coupe and Roadster models.

Audi will also produce its Q3 model in Győr in the future, and a new 80,000 sqm car body plant will be built here for that, the company said.

Audi Hungaria Motor reported revenue of €7.906 bln last year.

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