This production milestone, which took just three years and nine months to achieve, highlights a successful collaboration between global automakers PSA Peugeot Citroën and TMC, the parent companies of TPCA. Since the start of production in 2005, the three, small, entry-level TPCA-produced models (the Peugeot 107, Citroën C1 and Toyota Aygo) have experienced growing commercial success, providing an economical and ecological transport solution particularly well suited to recent changes in the European market.
Available in either a 3- or 5-door version and with either a petrol or diesel engine, each vehicle produced at TPCA offers excellent fuel-efficiency and low CO2-emission levels.
On 29th November, TPCA began production of a new version of these small, entry-level passenger vehicles: each model is now sporting several exterior design improvements for a more dynamic on-road look.
TPCA, located approximately 60 kilometres outside Prague, employs approximately 3,500 people and is responsible for the vehicle-production processes of stamping, welding, painting and assembly. TPCA represents a total investment of €1.3 billion by PSA Peugeot Citroën and TMC.ECC launches Citroën C1 ev'ie
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