New autoworker jobs are headed to Detroit as Fiat Chrysler plans to add a new assembly plant in the city to build SUVs. Reports earlier in the day noted that the new SUV would be for the 2021 model year.
FCA plans to revamp its Mack Avenue Engine II plant, turning it into a vehicle assembly plant to produce a new three-row Grand Cherokee. Meanwhile, the nearby Jefferson North Assembly plant, which makes the current Grand Cherokee, will eventually be retooled in line with future production plans. Mack II has been offline since 2012.
Read the article at Detroit Free Press.