|Owner(s)||General Motors Company|
GM Powertrain Engineering Center Torino is a powertrain engineering center founded in 2005 with 80 employees. In September 2008 the center moved into its new Politecnico facility, making General Motors the first automotive company to become a physical part of a university campus. The Engineering Center currently engineers and develops diesel engines, controls and propulsion systems, and employs over 460 people. It is headquartered in Turin, Italy.
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- Opel wins funding by selling European facilities to GM: report Reuters. 20 December 2012. Retrieved 7 December 2013.
- "Opel Media - Europe - News". Opel (17 July 2011). Retrieved on 16 August 2011.
- IntroductionEurope GM Powertrain Engineering Center.
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