Foxconn's ready to do more than build iPhones. Its next big tickets are electric cars.
Foxconn wasn't kidding about getting into the car building business, and it has a lot to share next week.
Looks like the Taiwanese giant best known for assembling iPhones wants in on the EV sector.
From smartphones to cars, Foxconn is jumping into the EV space and plans to build cars in America.
Jeep and Ram's parent automaker has a friend in the iPhone assembler.
With US production confirmed, Fisker is working at full speed to secure a site and land supplier contracts through Foxconn.
The Chinese manufacturer invested $10 billion in its Wisconsin plant four years ago, but its future's still cloudy.
The company reportedly considered a television for years before deciding not to build one. Will a car go the same way?
Foxconn already said it was ready to tackle electric car manufacturing, but it has its first major project with Fisker.
Foxconn will help build Byton's M-Byte.
It's asked Foxconn to shift some assembly lines due to the US-China trade war, according to Reuters.
The beleaguered Wisconsin factory had been touted as a key to bringing manufacturing back to the US.