Fiat Chrysler might reopen a defunct Detroit factory of the company.
The auto manufacturing company is reportedly planning to re-purpose a building in the northwestern side of the Detroit into an assembly site for a three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV model, according to The Detroit News. The Jeep is scheduled to debut in the year 2021. Previously, Chrysler used the Detroit site for engine production until 2012 when it was shut down.
If reopened, the Detroit factory could employ up to 400 people. No official confirmation/statement about the factory reopening has been made by the company.