The global shortage of semiconductors continues to cause problems in the automotive industry, with another model falling victim. Stellantis, the parent company of Jeep, announced that it will completely stop production of the Gladiator next week, at the Jeep plant in Toledo, Ohio, USA.
Due to the limited supply of microchips, which also came from the Covid-19 pandemic, the automakers had to make very tough decisions. Jeep has previously stopped production of the Cherokee at the Belvidere plant, as well as the Compass at the Toluca plant in Mexico.
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