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FCA US LLC is a North American automaker based in Auburn Hills, Michigan. It designs, manufactures, and sells or distributes vehicles under the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep®, Ram, FIAT and Alfa Romeo brands, as well as the SRT performance designation. The Company also distributes Mopar and Alfa Romeo parts and accessories. FCA US is building upon the historic foundations of Chrysler Corp., established in 1925 by industry visionary Walter P. Chrysler, and Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino (FIAT), founded in Italy in 1899 by pioneering entrepreneurs, including Giovanni Agnelli. FCA US is a member of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (FCA) family of companies. (NYSE: FCAU/ MTA: FCA).

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West Business Center

Phoenix 59 Employees

Arizona Proving Ground

Yucca 67 Employees

California Business Center

Newport Beach 46 Employees

Los Angeles Parts Distribution Center

Ontario 135 Employees

Denver Parts Distribution Center

Denver 49 Employees

Denver Business Center

Greenwood Village 68 Employees

Florida Evaluation Center

Naples 1 Employees

Orlando Parts Distribution Center

Orlando 76 Employees

Southeast Business Center

Orlando 76 Employees

Atlanta Parts Distribution Center

Morrow 109 Employees

Belvidere Assembly Plant

Belvidere 5,464 Employees

Vehicles Assembled

  • Jeep Cherokee

Midwest Business Center

Lisle 69 Employees

Chicago Parts Distribution Center

Naperville 74 Employees

Indiana Transmission Plants I and II

Kokomo 1,834 Employees

Kokomo Casting Plant

Kokomo 1,362 Employees

Kokomo Transmission Plant

Kokomo 4,031 Employees

Tipton Transmission Plant

Tipton 1,025 Employees

Boston Parts Distribution Center

Mansfield 66 Employees

Mid-Atlantic Business Center

Columbia 64 Employees

Headquarters & Technology Center

Auburn Hills 12,508 Employees

Center Line National Parts Distribution Center

Center Line 291 Employees

Mopar World Headquarters/Package Engineering Parts Distribution Center

Center Line 344 Employees

Chelsea Proving Grounds

Chelsea 487 Employees

Jefferson North Assembly Plant

Detroit 5,096 Employees

Vehicles Assembled

  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT
  • Dodge Durango

Mack Avenue Engine Complex

Detroit 697 Employees

Great Lakes (Detroit) Business Center

Detroit 72 Employees

Mt. Elliott Tool and Die

Detroit 91 Employees

Lynch Road Terminal

Detroit 408 Employees

Dundee Engine Plant

Dundee 675 Employees

Marysville National Parts Distribution Center

Marysville 275 Employees

Romulus Parts Distribution Center

Romulus 138 Employees

Sterling Heights Assembly Plant

Sterling Heights 1,935 Employees

Sterling Stamping Plant

Sterling Heights 2,346 Employees

Trenton Engine Complex

Trenton 1,856 Employees

Warren Truck Assembly Plant

Warren 3,328 Employees

Vehicles Assembled

  • Ram 1500 Classic (Quad Cab and Crew Cab)

Sherwood National Parts Distribution Center

Warren 105 Employees

Warren Complex Parts Distribution Center

Warren 72 Employees

Warren Stamping Plant

Warren 2,080 Employees

Minneapolis Parts Distribution Center

Plymouth 62 Employees

St. Louis Parts Distribution Center

Hazelwood 37 Employees

Northeast (New York) Business Center

Tappan 72 Employees

New York Parts Distribution Center

Tappan 80 Employees

Toledo Machining Plant

Perrysburg 833 Employees

Cleveland Parts Distribution Center

Streetsboro 124 Employees

Toledo Assembly Complex

Toledo 5,696 Employees

Vehicles Assembled

  • Jeep Gladiator (South plant); Jeep Wrangler (North plant)

Portland Parts Distribution Center

Beaverton 57 Employees

Southwest (Dallas) Business Center

Addison 82 Employees

Dallas Parts Distribution Center

Carrollton 102 Employees

Winchester Parts Distribution Center

Winchester 60 Employees

Milwaukee National Parts Distribution Center

Milwaukee 98 Employees

Connected vehicles auto saftey FAQs

How can V2X technologies further enhance the safety benefits of automated vehicles (AVs)?

V2X technologies can supplement the information that comes from on-board sensors, cameras, and GPS technologies to provide even greater situational awareness. That can further improve automated vehicle decisions in safety-critical situations.

What kind of messages are transmitted using V2X communications?

Safety-critical information including speed, direction, brake status, and other information is exchanged. Often with range and detection capabilities that exceed the capabilities of sensor/camera/radar-based systems. These expanded capabilities can allow vehicles to “see” around corners or “through” buildings or other vehicles. That means V2X-equipped vehicles may perceive some threats sooner and could provide warnings earlier.

Why is the public even safer when the auto industry has all 75 MHz of spectrum?

Sufficient spectrum is necessary to facilitate the development and growth of V2X applications. Without all 75 MHz of spectrum, these applications could be significantly hindered. The full 5.9 GHz band is needed to improve safety, mobility and sustainability.

This includes:

  • Low-latency V2V applications to support automated vehicles
  • Public safety applications for ambulances and other emergency responders
  • V2I applications to decrease traffic congestion
  • Vehicle to pedestrian applications to improve urban movement and safety.
What will happen if the 5.9 GHz is re-channeled?

Re-channelization would result in critical V2X safety messages being moved to the 5.9 GHz band’s upper portion, where there could be new sources of potential interference from high-power public safety communications.

Further, rechannelization could cause critical safety communications in the lower band to be subject to in-band interference from unlicensed transmissions aggressively using the band at the same time and place as V2X technologies.

Fuel Economy &

Carbon Reductions

According to consumer research, our customers want it all — better mileage, cleaner and safer technologies and affordable new vehicles. While we continue urging all stakeholders to work together toward a national program for fuel economy standards, automakers have our own roadmap to move forward while continuing to meet the needs and expectations of consumers. 

Our priorities are fourfold

Continue increasing fuel economy — year after year — to provide our customers with more energy-efficient vehicles with greater emissions reductions and the latest safety technologies.

Partner with public/private groups to get more energy-efficient vehicles on our roads via charging/fueling infrastructure, consumer incentives, government fleet sales and car-sharing and ride-sharing programs.

At the same time, continue increasing investments in research & development for more advancements in safety and efficiency.

Do all of this while still keeping new vehicles affordable.