AUBURN HILLS, MI – Expect Chrysler Group to invest in a second V-6 engine plant and at least one other truck assembly site in the wake of Wednesday’s announcement of a $1.78 billion outlay targeting four Michigan facilities. While the auto maker is mum on details of its future investments, insiders confirm the output of a planned $730 million engine plant in Trenton will not meet the anticipated demand for an all-new V-6 engine family dubbed “Phoenix.” Scheduled for launch in 2009, the ...

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