Stellantis Announces Key Changes To Production Plan As A Part Of Its Dare Forward 2030 Strategy

Mobility Outlook Bureau
06 Jun 2022
11:30 AM
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Under the plan, the company aims to produce the new STLA Large platform vehicles at the Windsor assembly plant, while the production for the current L-series vehicles will end by 2024.


Leading automaker and mobility provider Stellantis announced that it plans to produce vehicles built on the new STLA Large platform at the Windsor (Ont.) assembly plant.

Accordingly, the production of the current L-series vehicles, including Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger at the Brampton (Ont.) assembly plant, will end as retooling begins in 2024, a statement from the company noted. A product announcement for Brampton will be made later, it added. 

These moves are part of the company’s investment of CAD3.6 billion ($2.8 billion) to support its Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan and its long-term electrification strategy to invest CAD45 billion ($35 billion) through 2025 in electrification and software globally.

As part of the investment announced in May, the Windsor assembly plant will be transformed to support battery-electric vehicle (BEV) capability for multiple models, the release added.

The plant will have maximum flexibility to adjust production volumes as needed to meet changing market demand over the next decade. Retooling is expected to begin in 2023. The company also committed to retooling and modernising the Brampton Assembly Plant beginning in 2024. 

As production resumes in 2025, the plant will introduce an all-new, flexible architecture to support the company’s electrification plans. 

Mark Stewart, COO- North America, Stellantis, said, “These announcements represent key pieces of our Dare Forward strategy to provide safe, clean and affordable mobility solutions for our customers long into the future.”

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