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Company Overview of GM Powertrain Europe

Company Overview

GM Powertrain Europe designs and manufactures passenger car diesel engines, small gas engines, manual transmissions, and related controls for GM vehicles worldwide. It also designs, develops, and validates powertrains. The company has engineering centers in Germany, Italy, Turin, and Sweden; and manufacturing facilities in Austria, Germany, Hungary, and Sweden. It has additional manufacturing and engineering facilities in France, Germany, and Poland. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Turin, Italy. GM Powertrain Europe is a subsidiary of General Motors Company.

Turin,  

Italy

Founded in 2005

Key Executives for GM Powertrain Europe

Vice President
Age: 89
Group Vice President
Age: 65
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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