Saturday, July 24, 2010

Chattanooga unlikely to build VW engines

VW officials have said the new midsize sedan to be made in Chattanooga will get its engines, at least initially, from existing facilities in Mexico and Germany.
Chattanooga’s chief job growth group says it’s not surprised by a report that Volkswagen may be leaning toward Mexico as the site for a new engine plant.

But, officials believe the Chattanooga area is still poised for auto sector growth even if it doesn’t land the engine factory.

Read the full report: VW tilts toward Mexico on plant at the Chattanooga Times-Free Press.

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