Chrysler Group has a popularity problem. The Auburn Hills, Mich.-based maker is selling so many vehicles with the four-cylinder Tigershark engine the company is working on adding a second assembly line to produce the powerplant.
The company is working on a new assembly line at its Trenton, Mich. engine plant. The second line could mean 200 new jobs, according to a story in The Detroit News. Currently, the engine is built at Chrysler’s Dundee, Mich. facility.
Thus far, Chrysler officials were noncommittal on the project.