The Dundee Engine Plant is becoming the final assembly location for a new four-cylinder engine for two future hybrid-electric Stellantis models coming to North America. The plant will see an investment of $83 million, with engine production slated to begin in early 2025.
The new 1.6-liter, inline-four cylinder turbocharged engine will be based on a current Stellantis engine in Europe and will have flexibility for hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) applications. This will be the first HEV engine for the company in the region.
“Monroe County welcomes this investment in the Dundee Engine Plant as it will add job security for the employees who continue to build world class internal combustion engines as the industry transitions to electric”, stated Tim Lake, President and CEO of the BDC.
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