Spending $200 million on a data centre to store information collected from advanced vehicles.
DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. is investing $1.2 billion in three Michigan facilities, including an engine plant where it plans to add 130 jobs.
Ford will spend $850 million to upgrade the Michigan Assembly Plant next year to build the Ford Ranger pickup and Ford Bronco SUV. The suburban Detroit plant currently makes small cars, which are moving to a plant in Mexico.
Ford will spend $150 million to upgrade its Romeo Engine Plant outside Detroit. The company says it will create or retain 130 jobs at that plant.
Ford is also spending $200 million on a data centre that will store information collected from advanced vehicles.
Michigan was to approve $30 million in tax incentives for Ford March 28.