The Mexican unit of Volkswagen AG will resume manufacturing of its Tiguan sports activities utility car on Monday night, the corporate stated in a press release on Sunday, following gasoline shortages that hit swathes of Mexico final week.

FILE PHOTO: A logo of German carmaker Volkswagen is seen on a car parked on a street in Paris

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MEXICO CITY: The Mexican unit of Volkswagen AG will resume manufacturing of its Tiguan sports activities utility car on Monday night, the corporate stated in a press release on Sunday, following gasoline shortages that hit swathes of Mexico final week.

In the meantime, Audi will resume regular manufacturing ranges at its plant in Puebla on Monday, after “the provision of hydrocarbons to the commercial sector was assured,” the corporate stated on Sunday.

(Reporting by Miguel Angel Gutierrez and Sharay Angulo, writing by Laura Gottesdiener; Enhancing by Himani Sarkar)