FCA to invest $1.05 billion to retool Ohio, Illinois plants to build JeepsThu, 14, Jul 2016
Fiat Chrysler is investing $1.05 billion in assembly plants in Ohio and Illinois to bolster Jeep output. The carmaker will invest $350 million to move production of the Jeep Cherokee from Toledo, Ohio, to Belvidere, Ill., as part of a strategy to revamp its North American manufacturing footprint over the next year and a half to focus on light-truck output in the U.S.
Jeep is the engine that drives FCA globallyMon, 11, Jul 2016
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has accomplished what a succession of previous owners only dreamed of for Jeep: truly globalizing one of the world's most storied automotive brands.
Lutz: Buying Jeep was 'turning point' for ChryslerMon, 11, Jul 2016
Bob Lutz, who was president of Chrysler Corp. when it purchased American Motors in 1987, says getting Jeep in the deal "marked a strategic turning point for Chrysler."
Ford F-150 tops pickups in June Twitter engagementThu, 07, Jul 2016
The Ford F-150 topped all pickups in Twitter engagement in June, a month where Chevrolet launched a new ad campaign that jabbed the toughness of the F-150's stamped aluminum bed.