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Under the Pentastar: Aug. 15, 2014

SRT Motorsports to debut in Trans Am Series

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Earth Day, Every Day

by Jen Herman


Everyone talks about going green, but Chrysler Group has been green for years. Organic fluids and recycled Levis are just a drop in the bucket of environmentally friendly finds at Chrysler.

Take the 2013 Dodge Dart. The fact that the Aero model will achieve at least 41 mpg on the highway already puts the car among the leaders in fuel-efficiency. Besides being packed with safety features and technology, the Dodge Dart is earth friendly.

The 2013 Dodge Dart's carpets and mats are made from 100% recycled plastic, including pop and milk bottles. The trunk floor insulation material is...
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Chrysler Group Adds More Jobs, Investments in Michigan

by Mike Driehorst


3½ years

Almost $4.75 billion invested

Added nearly 6,000 U.S. hourly jobs

That's right, in the 3½ years since Chrysler Group LLC was formed, we've invested nearly $4.75 billion in facilities and added nearly 6,000 hourly jobs in the U.S. That investment includes the announcement we made today at our Mack I Engine Plant in Detroit.

Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne was joined by Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, UAW  VP General Holiefield and Mack Engine Complex Manager Bob Hollingsworth to provide details on:

  • Mack I Engine Plant: $198 million...
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Chrysler Group Breaking Ground, Adding Jobs in Metro Detroit

by Mike Driehorst

Chrysler Group is continuing its manufacturing growth with a new $114 million investment at one of its Trenton, Mich., engine plants and fulfilling a commitment for a new paint shop at its Sterling Heights, Mich., Assembly Plant.

 

Let's start in Downriver Detroit. Trenton, Mich., officials approved our tax abatement request earlier this week to pave the way for a $114 million investment to repurpose about 400,000 square feet of the Trenton North Engine Plant. That's about one-fifth of the plant's area. The plant closed operations last month with most effected employees being reassigned and transferred to other facilities.

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