– New “Phoenix” V-6 engine is key part of company’s $3 billion powertrain
– Kenosha investment part of Chrysler Group Recovery and Transformation
What: Chrysler Group will announce plans to re-tool its 1.9 million
square foot Kenosha Engine Plant for the new “Phoenix” V-6
Who: Jim Doyle, Governor of Wisconsin
Allan Kehl, Kenosha County Executive
John Antaramian, Mayor of Kenosha
Richard Chow-Wah, Chrysler Group Vice President – Powertrain
Kevin Sell, Manager – Chrysler Group Kenosha Engine Plant
Dan Kirk, President, UAW Local 72
When: Wednesday, June 13, 2007, 9 a.m.
Where: Chrysler Group Kenosha Engine Plant
5555 30th Avenue, Kenosha, Wisconsin
Details: As part of a $3 billion “Powertrain Offensive,” Chrysler Corp.
will launch a new family of V-6 engines named “Phoenix.”
Other: Chrysler will not be providing plant media tours at this time.
Media parking can be found on the east side of 30th Avenue, near
the corner of 52nd Street / Rte. 158.
Contact: David Elshoff
(248) 512-2690 (office)
(248) 797-2300 (cell)
(248) 512-2712 (office)
(248) 761-8309 (cell)
(248) 649-8000 (office)
(616) 902-1511 (cell)
PRNewswire — June 11
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Source: Chrysler Group