Fiat India rolled out the 200000th powertrain engine from its Ranjangaon plant in Pune today. The Ranjangaon plant started manufacturing power trains in July, 2008. The Ranjangaon facility is among largest powertrains manufacturing plants of Fiat anywhere in the world. The plant was built to manufacture engines for Tata and FIAT cars as well as for exporting engines to other Fiat facilities across Europe. Ranjangaon plant has also produced 110000 car units which include both TATA and Fiat branded cars. Cars manufactured under Tata are Indica and Indigo Manza and Fiat are Palio, Punto and Linea.
“The state-of-the-art TATA-FIAT manufacturing facility epitomizes our commitment towards bringing cutting edge technology to India. The remarkable figure of 200000 engines in a short span of time is a testament to the commitment of both the partners and to the tireless efforts of the team which has worked to make this a world-class facility,” Mr. Gurpratap Boparai, VP (Power Train Technologies), Fiat India said.