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Volkswagen of America will begin producing electrified vehicles in 2022 at a Tennessee plant that will be expanded with an $800 million investment, the automaker has announced.

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GM to Build New EV in Michigan

General Motors will invest $300 million in its Orion Assembly plant outside of Detroit to produce a new battery-electric vehicle at the same plant that builds the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Chevrolet Sonic.

Ford Realigns Production Toward SUVs, EVs, and AVs

Ford is expanding its capacity to produce more Expedition large SUVs, a next generation of battery-electric vehicles, and its autonomous vehicles in 2021 as part of a significant realignment of resources, the company has announced.

Toyota Increases Investment in U.S. Operations

Toyota Motor Corp. will increase its planned investment in its U.S. operations to $13 billion from $10 billion by 2021 to build more of its models and parts at its U.S. facilities, the company announced.

BMW Leads Automakers in Exported Value

German automaker BMW AG was the leading exporter as measured by total value in 2018 for the fifth consecutive year with more than $8.4 billion in vehicles, the company announced.

FCA Invests $4.5B in Jeep, Ram Expansion

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will invest $4.5 billion in five Michigan assembly plants so it can build more Jeeps, including electrified models, and continue production of the Ram 1500 Classic pickup that has been offered mostly to fleet purchasers, the company announced.