Audi invests US$20 million in a plant in Paraná state to restart production in Brazil

The models chosen in the resumption of domestic production are the new Audi Q3 and Audi Q3 Sportback, both equipped with a 2.0-liter engine of 231 hp.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Audi announced on Wednesday, 29, an investment of R$100 million (US$20 million) to resume vehicle production at the plant in São Jose dos Pinhais, a suburb of the Paraná state capital Curitiba. The resumption of operations in Brazil comes after more than a year of downtime.

According to the company, the amount will be used to upgrade the assembly line with new machinery, quality control equipment and information technology and logistics infrastructure systems.

Audi's CEO in Brazil, Daniel Rojas, and the governor of Paraná, Ratinho Junior, were present at the announcement of . . .

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