The Chrysler Group will invest $297 million in its Trenton, MI, engine plant (TEP) to support the production of its new 4L and redesigned 3.8L V-6 engines, to be used in future Chrysler Group vehicles. The 2.1-million-sq.-ft. (195,096-sq.-m) TEP, which employs about 1,600 workers, will use $155 million to build the new 4L engine's assembly line and $142 million to upgrade the 3.8L engine line, the auto maker says. “This plant is going through major changes that will contribute to ...

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