- Fiat Chrysler is investing $4.5 billion by adding a new assembly plant in Detroit and boosting production at five existing factories.
- It will spend $1.6 billion converting the Mack Avenue Engine Complex into the final assembly plant for next generation Jeep Grand Cherokee and an all-new three-row, full-size Jeep SUV.
- The move will create 3,850 new jobs at the complex.
Last year, Fiat Chrysler sold just under 1 million Jeeps in the U.S., an increase of 17 percent while auto industry sales overall were up fractionally.
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