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Stellantis investing $229 million to build new electrified transmission in Indiana

The automaker will retool three Indiana plants to build its new flexible eight-speed transmission that can be used in both electrified vehicles and those with conventional setups.

 

Stellantis is investing $229 million to retool three Indiana plants to build its new flexible eight-speed transmission that can be used in both electrified vehicles and those with conventional setups.

The Kokomo Transmission, Kokomo Casting and Indiana Transmission plants, all in the city of Kokomo, will be key cogs in the automaker's electrification strategy. Stellantis said in July that it is investing more than $35 billion through 2025 in electrification and software and plans to have four electric vehicle platforms that support driving ranges of 300 to 500 miles.

Stellantis has set a goal of having electrified vehicles account for more than 40 percent of U.S. sales by 2030.

The next-generation transmission will deliver improved fuel economy, the automaker said, and help the company meet "future emission regulations." The company said the transmissions, which can be paired with mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid propulsion systems along with traditional internal combustion engine layouts, will be installed in Jeep, Ram, Chrysler and Dodge models.

The investment will retain 662 jobs.

"This investment and this transmission represent an important steppingstone in getting us to 2030 and further expanding our battery electric offerings," Stellantis Head of Powertrain Operations Brad Clark said in a statement. "This new eight-speed is the 'multi-tool' of transmissions. It is a versatile transmission that can be adapted for a variety of applications, allowing us the flexibility to adjust our production as consumer demand for electrified vehicles grows over the next decade."

Stellantis said the new transmission will "capitalize on a number of common parts within the different versions" such as the transmission gear train/clutch, mechanical pump and E-pump motor.

The automaker added that the transmission will have the "flexibility for unique parts to adapt to the various electrification options. These parts include the eMotor, torque converter and power electronics."

The move brings more diversity to Kokomo's production slate. Stellantis announced last year that it would invest $400 million to convert Indiana Transmission Plant II to the Kokomo Engine Plant to produce the GMET4 engine, the company's 2.0-liter global medium engine inline four-cylinder turbo. Production of the engine is expected to launch later this year, the company said.

 

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Stellantis Announces $229 Million Investment in Kokomo, Indiana, Operations to Accelerate Electrification Plans

 

  • Announcement is one piece of a long-term strategy and electrification plan shared during the company’s EV Day
  • Investment will retool three Kokomo plants to produce electrified, next-generation, eight-speed transmissions; 662 jobs retained
  • “Multi-tool” of transmissions can be paired with internal combustion, mild hybrid or plug-in hybrid propulsion systems
  • New transmission will deliver improved fuel economy, provide pure-electric range and help vehicles meet future emission regulations
  • Electrified transmission diversifies product portfolio of Kokomo-area plants
  • Leverages core competencies and skill sets of local workforce
October 7, 2021 , KOKOMO, Indiana - Stellantis today announced it would invest a total of $229 million in three of its Kokomo, Indiana, plants to help the company reach its goal of achieving 40% low-emission vehicle sales in the U.S. by 2030. This announcement, which will retain 662 jobs, comes three months after the company laid out its long-term electrification strategy, where it committed to investing $35 billion through 2025 in electrification and software.

Stellantis Head of Powertrain Operations Brad Clark made the announcement during an event at the Kokomo Transmission Plant attended by Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb, Kokomo Mayor Tyler Moore and UAW Region 2B Director Wayne Blanchard, along with other elected officials and community leaders.

The investment will support retooling of the Kokomo Transmission (KTP), Kokomo Casting and Indiana Transmission plants to produce the fourth-generation eight-speed transmission. This new transmission will have the flexibility to be paired with internal combustion engines, as well as mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid propulsion systems, for vehicles across the Jeep®, Ram, Chrysler and Dodge brands. It will deliver improved fuel economy, provide pure-electric range and help vehicles meet future emission regulations.

“This investment and this transmission represent an important stepping stone in getting us to 2030 and further expanding our battery electric offerings,” said Clark. “This new eight-speed is the ‘multi-tool’ of transmissions. It is a versatile transmission that can be adapted for a variety of applications, allowing us the flexibility to adjust our production as consumer demand for electrified vehicles grows over the next decade. It also offers consumers the opportunity to get familiar with this technology and explore all of the benefits that can come from electrification.”

The new, fourth-generation, eight-speed transmission will capitalize on a number of common parts within the different versions – transmission gear train/clutch, mechatronics, mechanical pump and E-pump motor. It also will have the flexibility for unique parts to adapt to the various electrification options. These parts include the eMotor, torque converter and power electronics. 

Adding electrified transmission assembly also diversifies the product portfolio of the Kokomo operations. In March 2020, Stellantis announced it would invest $400 million to convert Indiana Transmission Plant II to the Kokomo Engine Plant to produce the GMET4 engine, the company’s 2.0-liter Global Medium Engine inline four-cylinder turbo. Production is expected to launch later this year.

This investment also leverages the core manufacturing competencies of the Kokomo operations and the local workforce in the areas of casting, machining and assembly, all of which will be needed as the market transitions to an electrified future.

“As our industry continues to change, our focus must continue to be on our most valuable asset – our people,” said Clark. “This transmission program will bring new opportunities for our current workforce, as well as the manufacturing workforce of the future.”

The second-generation eight-speed transmission has been a workhorse of the company’s powertrains since production began in 2012. KTP celebrated the 5 millionth eight-speed transmission built on Sept. 30. It is the current transmission option on the Jeep Wrangler, Gladiator and Grand Cherokee; Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer; Ram 1500; Dodge Charger, Challenger, Durango; and Chrysler 300 models.
 
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Stellantis investing $229 million to build new electrified transmission in Indiana

The automaker will retool three Indiana plants to build its new flexible eight-speed transmission that can be used in both electrified vehicles and those with conventional setups.

 

Stellantis is investing $229 million to retool three Indiana plants to build its new flexible eight-speed transmission that can be used in both electrified vehicles and those with conventional setups.

The Kokomo Transmission, Kokomo Casting and Indiana Transmission plants, all in the city of Kokomo, will be key cogs in the automaker's electrification strategy. Stellantis said in July that it is investing more than $35 billion through 2025 in electrification and software and plans to have four electric vehicle platforms that support driving ranges of 300 to 500 miles.

Stellantis has set a goal of having electrified vehicles account for more than 40 percent of U.S. sales by 2030.

The next-generation transmission will deliver improved fuel economy, the automaker said, and help the company meet "future emission regulations." The company said the transmissions, which can be paired with mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid propulsion systems along with traditional internal combustion engine layouts, will be installed in Jeep, Ram, Chrysler and Dodge models.

The investment will retain 662 jobs.

"This investment and this transmission represent an important steppingstone in getting us to 2030 and further expanding our battery electric offerings," Stellantis Head of Powertrain Operations Brad Clark said in a statement. "This new eight-speed is the 'multi-tool' of transmissions. It is a versatile transmission that can be adapted for a variety of applications, allowing us the flexibility to adjust our production as consumer demand for electrified vehicles grows over the next decade."

Stellantis said the new transmission will "capitalize on a number of common parts within the different versions" such as the transmission gear train/clutch, mechanical pump and E-pump motor.

The automaker added that the transmission will have the "flexibility for unique parts to adapt to the various electrification options. These parts include the eMotor, torque converter and power electronics."

The move brings more diversity to Kokomo's production slate. Stellantis announced last year that it would invest $400 million to convert Indiana Transmission Plant II to the Kokomo Engine Plant to produce the GMET4 engine, the company's 2.0-liter global medium engine inline four-cylinder turbo. Production of the engine is expected to launch later this year, the company said.

 

 

Se ricordo bene, questo investimento è frutto dell'accordo con ZF dell'epoca Marchionne, e la costruzione in USA è su licenza ZF e personalizzazioni del cambio originale appunto per le applicazioni FCA.

 

Aggiornamento..
Ecco, ho ritrovato anche notizie sull'accordo

https://press.zf.com/press/en/releases/release_9729.html

 

https://www.sicurauto.it/news/auto-elettriche-ibride/fca-le-auto-ibride-avranno-il-cambio-elettrificato-zf-a-8-marce-dal-2022/

 

https://www.auto.it/news/news/2019/07/08-2251580/fca_arriva_il_cambio_automatico_zf_elettrificato/

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Chip crisis hits Stellantis' Italy output more than COVID, union says

Labor boss says 2021 production will not match the 461,000 units built last year

 

MILAN -- The impact from a global semiconductor shortage on Stellantis' Italian production this year will be worse and longer-lasting than the damage to output caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Italy's FIM-CISL union said.

A global microchip shortage is pushing automakers to slow down production, with Stellantis halting operations at several facilities across Europe and the United States. The automaker forecast it would make 1.4 million fewer vehicles this year.

"The semiconductor hurricane is causing production stoppages that are weighing more than the lockdown in 2020," FIM-CISL head Ferdinando Uliano said on Friday. "The forecasts are that such a situation will carry on for the whole first half of 2022."

FIM-CISL said Stellantis had produced 319,000 cars in Italy in the first nine months of this year, 11 percent more than in the same period of 2020, when operations where frozen for several weeks following the COVID-19 outbreak.

The production losses significantly worsened in the third quarter, according to Automotive News Europe calculations using FIM-CISL figures.

Production at FCA's six Italian car plants in the third quarter was down 46 percent on the same quarter of 2020 and production at the Sevel van plant was down 33 percent.

The worst-hit factory was Pomigliano, where the Panda minicar is built. Production was down 65 percent in the third quarter, with just 15 production days worked out of 50.

Uliano said 2021 full-year production would hardly match the 461,000 units produced last year.

"It's practically impossible, the chip situation is getting more serious and we will have further heavy closures," he said, adding a similar situation was expected with van production at the Sevel plant.

Stellantis, formed earlier this year through the merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group, will operate the Melfi plant, its largest Italian facility, for an equivalent of only six days in October.

Production stoppages will also hit component plants, Uliano said The Mirafiori Meccaniche gearbox plant will stop the six-speed manual gearbox production for the whole of October.

On the other hand, Turin's Mirafiori, where the New 500 small electric car is produced, is among the few plants which have not suffered major stoppages.

"Production of the BEV 500 must go on to meet targets on carbon emissions reduction," Uliano said. In the first eight months 38,187 New 500 models were produced, he said.

"The main risk is that Stellantis decides to delay planned investments and new model launches, as the chip crisis pushes sales down," Uliano said.

The automaker will present Maserati's Grecale SUV next month, followed by Alfa Romeo Tonale SUV, with sales due from June 2022.

Italian unions will meet Stellantis on Monday at Italy's Industry Ministry to discuss production and jobs in the country.

Stellantis has also decided to close Opel's Eisenach plant in Germany until the end of the year. because of the chips shortages.

 

(Reuters/ANE)

 

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10 ore fa, dbing scrive:

 

Se ricordo bene, questo investimento è frutto dell'accordo con ZF dell'epoca Marchionne, e la costruzione in USA è su licenza ZF e personalizzazioni del cambio originale appunto per le applicazioni FCA.

 

Aggiornamento..
Ecco, ho ritrovato anche notizie sull'accordo

https://press.zf.com/press/en/releases/release_9729.html

 

https://www.sicurauto.it/news/auto-elettriche-ibride/fca-le-auto-ibride-avranno-il-cambio-elettrificato-zf-a-8-marce-dal-2022/

 

https://www.auto.it/news/news/2019/07/08-2251580/fca_arriva_il_cambio_automatico_zf_elettrificato/

Questo cambio dovrebbe consentire delle soluzioni phev molto meno costose

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