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Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Company and General Motors Company created the American Automotive Policy Council (AAPC) to promote the unique and significant economic contribution of the U.S.-based auto companies to the American economy and to advocate for an American Manufacturing Initiative. The new organization is an expansion of the three companies’ productive work together as members of the Automotive Trade Policy Council on international trade and economic policies. Together, these three auto companies represent innovation, research and technology development that can drive America’s economic leadership in a new century.

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Jan 17 2014
Written by Sarah Hollenbeck | Posted on 41 Action News

This week, Ford's automobile plant in Claycomo, Missouri is welcoming 1,000 new employees. The company needs more people to start building a fleet of 2015 Ford Transit Vans.
This is the most people Ford has hired since 2000, and the company is not done hiring yet. It will fill 175 more positions this March.
The company hopes to have thousands of 2015 Transits ready to sell this summer across the United States.

Jan 16 2014
Ford Media
  • Ford’s Kansas City Assembly Plant this week welcomes nearly 1,000 employees as preparation to build the all-new 2015 Ford Transit gets under way; 175 additional employees to start by March 2014
  • Overall this year, Ford is creating more than 5,000 new jobs, including 3,300 salaried positions – its largest hiring initiative since 2000; new jobs build on more than 14,000 Ford jobs in North America in the past two years
  • On sale this summer, the all-new Ford Transit is a lineup of full-size vans that pairs Ford’s legendary durability with greater functionality, best-in-class
Filed Under: Job Creation
Jan 16 2014
Fox News

We knew the 2015 Ford Mustang would be fast, but exactly how fast?

Well, now we know that too. Sort of.

While it’ll still be a couple of months before the performance specifications for the new Mustang are detailed in full, the man with the plan has confirmed the top speeds of models equipped with each of the three engines available.

Filed Under: Research & Development
Jan 16 2014
PR Newswire
  • Chrysler Town & Country wins Polk Loyalty Award for record 13th consecutive year
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee and Wrangler win their respective SUV categories, Grand Cherokee for fifth time
  • Dodge Challenger wins third Polk Loyalty Award for Non-Luxury Sport Mid-size Car
  • Fiat 500 wins Non-Luxury Traditional Subcompact Car

The Chrysler Group starts off the 2014 calendar year by winning five Polk Automotive Loyalty Awards, presented by IHS Automotive.

Filed Under: Research & Development
Jan 15 2014
Written by Tori Tellem | Posted on Ford Media Page

Meet the all-new 2015 Ford F-150. Now, before you fret that someone messed with what has made the pickup a best-seller for more than 30 years, know that “all-new” in this case simply meant building upon what has worked for decade after decade. It meant building a tougher, smarter and more capable F-150.

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