World’s leading auto maker FCA will build a new Battery Hub at Mirafiori complex in Turin, Italy as part of its overall e-mobility strategy.
Details provided below:
- The new battery assembly complex preparations will begin in early 2020.
- The new assembly center will be created in a specially designed building, with the potential to expand in future.
- “The automotive industry is undergoing a period of profound change and one of the major trends is closely linked to electrification,” said Pietro Gorlier, COO for FCA’s EMEA Region. “With its new car battery assembly center at Mirafiori, FCA accelerates its drive to electrify, adding now another element to the ‘ecosystem’ that starts from supply chain and ends with customer support. A journey passing through the recent partnerships on recharging infrastructure, Vehicle-to-Grid and services to support customers of hybrid and full electric cars, from Italy to the rest of the world.”