Daily Management Review

Audi To Start Serial Electric Engine Production In Hungary


07/26/2018


Audi will manufacture engines for its entire range of “e-tron models” in its Hungary based unit.



Audi’s Hungarian plant will be getting into the “serial production” of electric engines, revealed the luxury car manufacturer vide a statement on Tuesday, July 24, 2018.
 
According to the information received from the Hungarian arm of Audi, the unit is set to fabricate engines for Audi’s entire range of “e-tron models”.
Initial daily capacity will be about 400 electric engines at the Hungarian plant, which can be increased gradually, it said.
 
Audi’s manufacturing units at Hungary is also creates cars, whereby only in last year, the company has generated totally over “1.965 million various engines” from its Hungarian property which is located in the “city of Gyor”. In fact, it also forms part of the list of the country’s “most important exporters” in Hungary.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







Science & Technology

Walmart to hire 4 thousand robot cleaners

Samsung Galaxy Fold: Expensive but fragile

USA and South Korea launch the first commercial 5G networks

Deliveries of AR/VR devices to grow by 54% in 2019

Anti-Stall System Got Activated Before Crash In The Ethiopian 737 MAX Craft: Reuters

Google’s Global Council To Advocate On AI Ethics

US wants to send astronauts to the moon by 2024

Apple shows new entertainment services

Large U.S. Study Finds Detection Of Irregular Heart Beat By Apple Watch

Apple to present Netflix competitor at the end of March

World Politics

World & Politics

Foxconn Head Gou Could Run For Taiwan President Election Next January

France opposes EU-US trade negotiations

United States and China to implement trade agreement

Norway's largest party to ban oil production near Lofoten Islands

Estonia's euroskeptics are about to join the government

Eastern Europe wins in double food standards fight

White House Received New Sanctions’ Package For Russia: Bloomberg

EU will stop saving migrants in the Mediterranean