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Volkswagen Chattanooga develops 250,000th Passat Sedan

Volkswagen Chattanooga develops 250,000th Passat Sedan


Amit Sharma  |  Jaipur 

Group of America Chattanooga has announced that its workforce has produced its 250,000th flagship sedan Passat. The car is developed in Volkswagen's LEED Platinum-certified factory, is comes equipped with a Night Blue with black leather interior. The sedan is powered by the company's high-mileage TDI clean-diesel engine and features navigation, a sunroof and 18-inch alloy wheels. It also offers the amazing sonic experience provided by the Fender premium audio system.

Volkswagen Passat

“Two years ago our team members had just learned to build cars,” said Frank Fischer, CEO and Chairman of Chattanooga. “Today we celebrate a quarter of a million Volkswagen Passats from Chattanooga. I am very proud of this team.”

The Volkswagen Chattanooga team celebrated completion of the first customer car on April 18, 2011, and the 100,000th on May 31, 2012. The 250,000 milestone sedan was celebrated with the nearly 2,700 team members during a meeting this week.

Source : CarDekho - Volkswagen - Volkswagen Chattanooga develops 250,000th Passat Sedan

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First Published: Fri, May 24 2013. 12:01 IST