Trnava-based carmaker will manufacture new models

Investment worth €180 million should include e-vehicles.

Stellantis plant in TrnavaStellantis plant in Trnava (Source: TASR)

New car models, mostly hybrid and electric vehicles, will be added to the portfolio of the Trnava-based carmaker Stellantis Slovakia.

The new production programme of the B segment worth €180 million, which has been the largest since the carmaker came to Slovakia, should be gradually launched in 2023. The preparations are expected to start this summer, but the fundamental part of he transformation is scheduled for 2022, the SITA newswire reported.

The aim of the investment is to contribute to increasing carbon neutrality, which is why a significant portion of the new programme will be comprised of fully electric vehicles. For now, it is premature to discuss specific car brands and models, as the representatives of the carmaker said at a June 28 press conference.

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