Toluca Car Assembly

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Toluca Car Assembly is a 220-acre (89 ha) [1] Chrysler automobile factory in Toluca, State of Mexico, Mexico. It opened in 1968. Toluca Stamping is located nearby.[clarification needed]

DaimlerChrysler announced a US$1 billion investment[1] in the plant in March 2006 creating a flexible manufacturing system (FMS) to allow simultaneous production of vehicles of differing platforms.[2] The plant currently assembles the Dodge Journey the Fiat 500 and the Jeep Compass for the North and Latin American Market.

The expanded Chrysler Park adjoins the plant and represents a joint venture of eight outside suppliers, including TRW, Magna Intier, IPO, Seglo, HBPO, Android, Brose and Gestamp.[1]

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Coordinates: 19°17′24″N 99°36′19″W / 19.29000°N 99.60528°W / 19.29000; -99.60528