PARIS -- Stellantis will invest 300 million euros in its factory in Kenitra, Morocco, to build a new range of small cars on the “Smart Car” platform as well as increase production of electric quadricycles for Citroen and Opel.
Capacity at the Kenitra plant, which opened in 2019, will be doubled to 400,000 cars, along with 50,000 quadricycles including the Citroen Ami and Opel Rocks-e. A Fiat version potentially called Topolino will reportedly join those two models.
The factory, which was built with an initial investment of 557 million euros, currently builds the Peugeot 208 small car for the regional and European markets. The 208 is also built at Trnava, Slovakia.
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