GM Powertrain Torino


GM Powertrain Torino
GM Powertrain Torino
Industry Automotive
Founded 2005
Headquarters Turin, Italy
Employees 450
Parent General Motors
Website GM Powertrain.com

GM Powertrain Engineering Center Torino[1] is a powertrain engineering center founded in 2005.

The engineering center is headquartered in Turin, Italy, and is a subsidiary of General Motors.

During the alliance between Fiat and GM, it was part of Fiat-GM Powertrain. Later it was part of a company known as GM Powertrain Europe, which was responsible for the manufacturing of engines and transmissions until 2010.

In South America, Fiat-GM Powertrain still lives. The only product made by the company nowadays is the 1.8L Family I engine to be fitted in the Brazilian Chevrolet Corsa-C, Chevrolet Meriva, Fiat Palio and Siena, Fiat Idea, Fiat Stilo, Fiat Doblo and Fiat Grande Punto.

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