Toluca Car Assembly is a 220-acre (89 ha) Chrysler automobile factory in Toluca, State of Mexico, Mexico. It opened in 1968. Toluca Stamping is located nearby.
DaimlerChrysler announced a US$1 billion investment in the plant in March 2006 creating a flexible manufacturing system (FMS) to allow simultaneous production of vehicles of differing platforms. The plant currently assembles the Dodge Journey and the Fiat 500 for the North and Latin American Market.
The expanded Chrysler Park adjoins the plant and represents a joint venture of eight outside suppliers, including TRW, Magna Intier, IPO, Seglo, HBPO, Android, Brose and Gestamp.