Ford’s new joint venture will build three new SUVs, including a mid-size model based on Mahindra’s platform.
The Indian car maker is looking into the former Buick City facility.
The automatic costs $3,000 which increases the base price of the Roxor to $18,999.
The C-segment SUV will ride on a a Mahindra-sourced platform and use Mahindra powertrains.
Despite sinking more than $2 billion over two decades in India, Ford has just a 3 per cent market share .
Ford is also gearing up to launch the Bronco, Baby Bronco and Mustang-inspired electric crossover.
The United States International Trade Commission found the Roxor’s grille is significantly different than the one Chrysler approved a decade ago.
FCA wants to prevent Mahindra from selling the Roxor in the U.S..
Ford hopes Mahindra will help it crack into the Indian market.
Ford wants to cut costs and might hook up with Volkswagen to achieve its goals.
Mahindra asks Michigan court to enforce an older design agreement signed with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
The automaker claims the Indian 4×4 is a clone of the original Jeep Willys and infringes on its design.