Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will invest around $1.5 billion in its Windsor assembly plant in Canada to build electric vehicles, Reuters reported.
Unifor National President Jerry Dias said FCA would invest in a vehicle platform that will enable the assembly of plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles, with at least one new model in 2025.
Unifor earlier said Ford Motor would invest C$1.95 billion ($1.46 billion) in its Oakville and Windsor plants.
Unifor also said it expects to extend the life of the Chrysler 300, a rear-wheel-drive luxury car and introduce multiple derivatives of the Dodge Charger and Challenger.
The union said as many as 2,000 jobs would be added in 2024 at the Windsor plant.
Market forecasting firm LMC Automotive on Thursday said it would take until 2024 for U.S. vehicle sales to recover from the coronavirus downturn and get close to the 17 million vehicles sold in 2019.
Ratification meetings for the FCA deal will happen over the weekend, and members will vote on whether to accept the agreement on Sunday.
The union is expected to begin negotiations with General Motors’s Canadian unit next week.