Plans four new vehicles by 2022 end
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced an expansion in the local product line-up at an investment of more than $250 million.
The new line-up includes the 2021 made-in-India Jeep Compass, a locally-produced and ‘global-first’ three-row Jeep SUV as well as the iconic Jeep Wrangler and next generation Grand Cherokee, which would both be locally assembled at FCA’s joint venture manufacturing facility at Ranjangaon in Maharashtra.
The products would be on Indian roads by the end of 2022, the company said.
“Our new investment of $250 million will give us a competitive edge in multiple segments with our new Jeep SUVs rolling out of Ranjangaon,” said Partha Datta, MD, FCA India. “This investment is in addition to the $450 million we have already committed to our Indian operations over the past five years.” FCA recently announced its footprint expansion in India with investment in a global digital centre in Hyderabad. It also recently expanded its engineering operations and will create 1,000 new jobs by the end of 2021, it had said.
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