None of the automakers have directly attributed their expansion plans to Trump. What his election may have influenced is the timing of the announcement.
Most job growth will not benefit manufacturing workers.
The president-elect has now threatened automakers in Germany, the U.S. and Japan.
Crossovers, smaller sports utility vehicles built on car platforms, have become the most popular new vehicle on the road.
There will be a lot to gawk at on the road this year.
The company agreed to plead guilty to wire fraud and pay $1 billion in fines.
Fiat Chrysler denied the accusations and pledged to work with the incoming administration.
The company will also pay $4.3 billion to resolve criminal and civil allegations.
If approved, the deal will require the German automaker to plead guilty and pay $4.3 billion in fines.
Just don't overreact to his tweets.