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According to reports from Automotive News, there's a good chance the Recon will be built at the plant in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.


 

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Expected this after reading about them investing $2.8B back in May:
"The $2.8 billion announcement, which includes a large investment by the governments of Canada and Ontario, is good news for workers at both the Windsor and Brampton assembly plants, which are expected to return to three-shift operations.

The future of Brampton, in particular, where the Dodge Charger and Challenger and Chrysler 300 sedans are built, had been something of a question mark. The company, in a news release, said that Brampton would get at least one new electric model, along with a new flexible vehicle architecture. The plant, outside Toronto, will be retooled and "fully modernized" beginning in 2024, with production resuming in 2025.

Windsor Assembly, which produces the Chrysler Pacifica minivan, will add a new flexible "multi-energy vehicle architecture" to provide battery-electric vehicle capability to multiple models, in addition to its current portfolio, the company said. Retooling is expected to begin next year.

Details on new vehicles are to be announced later.

The announcement follows the news in March that Stellantis and South Korea’s LG Energy Solution would invest $4 billion to build an electric vehicle battery plant in Windsor. The company has said it plans to also build a battery plant in the United States."
 
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