June 4, 2011 by USA Post
Ford also added a transfer production of its hybrid engine assembly plant in Van Dyke, with production starting in December. The automaker has invested 135 million and for the design, engineering and manufacture of household transmission. To date it has origin of the Japanese supplier Aisin transmission. The movement created 220 jobs, and workers are already working on prototypes.
Derrick Kuzak, head of global product development, said plans for a drop of eight-speed automatic transmission in the plan of adding 60 new engines and transmissions from 2009 to 2013, and was built in the U.S.
He declined to be more specific about the location or time of the plant.
Multi-speed transmission, which was conducted internally by Ford, should boost fuel economy by 2.6 percent, said Kuzak.
As for the three-cylinder engine that will be for global use, including small cars in America. The engine will be built in many places around the world, but the authorities did not confirm that North America is one of them.
The engine was first shown at the Beijing Auto Show 2010 in a small car concept called the start. While the engine was announced for today’s production, Ford has not said whether the car will also come into production.
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