TOLEDO, OH – Chrysler Group wants all its assembly plants to have prototype production capability as a hedge against the pitfalls of ambitious product launch schedules. Chrysler’s $600 million investment in its Jeep Liberty plant here is a step in that direction, says Byron Green, vice president-truck and activity vehicle assembly. Dodge Nitro concept “That’s a tremendous strategy for us,” Green says. “It utilizes our resources a little bit smarter.” Green speaks with Ward’s as ...
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