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Driving It Today

All-new platform for Windsor Assembly Plant

The Windsor Assembly Plant will get “an all-new architecture” as part of a more than $2 billion investment in the next generation minivan and plant overhaul, Richard Palmer, Chief Financial Officer at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Group, said Wednesday. 276 more words


Life after Ferrari: Luca di Montezemolo could become head of Rome's 2024 Olympic bid

Luca di Montezemolo may no longer be in charge of Ferrari, but he’s certainly kept busy. In November, he became chairman of Italy’s national airline, Alitalia, and in December, he joined the… 214 more words

Vander Doelen: Chrysler's "really big" Windsor project

So the steel is already going up, an army of 1,000 skilled trades workers being recruited, and 4,500 very tired Chrysler workers are champing at the bit for a three-month retooling break to start next month. 1,009 more words


Makeover of Chrysler's Windsor Assembly Plant a massive undertaking

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is investing more than $2 billion in the development and engineering of the next-generation Chrysler Town and Country as well as retooling of the Windsor Assembly Plant. 953 more words


Marchionne wants to nearly double Jeep sales by 2018

Jeep just keeps breaking its own sales records. A couple of weeks ago, the off-road brand announced its worldwide sales exceeded one million units for the first time, marking its third consecutive global record and the fifth straight year of sales increases here in the US. 195 more words


Anne Jarvis: A good week in Windsor

This is a good week in Windsor.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is investing more than $2 billion in its new minivan and one of the biggest retoolings at its Windsor Assembly Plant. 692 more words