GENEVA – Chrysler Group is poised to announce its third significant Mexico investment in the last 18 months, with as much as $1 billion to be spent at its Toluca assembly plant. Tom LaSorda, Chrysler president and CEO, confirms what sources tell Ward’s is an overhaul of Toluca facility, home to the enduring Chrysler PT Cruiser cross/utility vehicle and its convertible cousin. During a break at the auto show here, LaSorda says Chrysler will upgrade the plant to accommodate the assembly ...

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