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    Officially Official: Volkswagen confirms new engine plant in Silao, Mexico

    Volkswagen has officially announced plans to construct a new powerplant facility in Mexico. Designed to crank out a total of 330,000 engines a year, the Silao plant will cost the company $550 million to build and will bring around 700 jobs to the area. VW says that the new factory is key to its ...

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    Small car or CUV could be added to Volkswagen plant

    2011 Volkswagen NMS Sketch – Click above to enlarge
    It's no secret that Volkswagen has ambitious plans for the U.S. market over the next decade. The German automaker has its sights set on a combined one million sales per year (made up of 800,000 VWs and 200,000 Audi vehicles, give or take) ...

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    Volkswagen releases another sketchy look at forthcoming 2011 mid-size sedan

    2011 Volkswagen NMS Sketch No. 2 – Click above to enlarge
    Volkswagen has released another rendering of its new mid-size sedan (appropriately dubbed NMS) before its official unveiling late next year, and while it's a clearer indication of what to expect when the wraps come off, it doesn't ...

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    New Tennessee-built VW Passat won't get the "Westmoreland" treatment

    While we were chatting with VW of America CEO Stefan Jacoby in Wolfsburg, Germany, the subject of its new 'Merican-built car came up. The so-called NMS or New Midsize Sedan will replace the Passat in the US VW lineup. This model will be unique to the North American market, which brought up a ...

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    VW discusses New Midsize Sedan to be built in Chattanooga

    Volkswagen has so far been pretty sketchy about what will be built at its new Chattanooga plant. About all they've said is that it will be a brand new mid-size sedan model specifically for the U.S. market.Chattanooga's NBC affiliate, WRCB, attended a VW reception last week in Berlin where ...


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