Chrysler Productivity Ties Toyota; Sales...Not So MuchAndrew Stoy6/05/08 12:45pmFiled to: Industry NewsCerberusCerberus ProductivityChryslerChrysler ProductivityChrysler ToledoHyundai Toledojeep wranglerJeep Wrangler PlantJeep Wrangler ToledokukaKuka GroupKuka Group ChryslerMagnaMagna Steyr ChryslerProductivityToledo PlantHyundaiJeepMagna SteyrToyotaWrangler23EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkApparently answering today's QOTD with a "hell yes," our friends in Auburn Hills have tied the super-best automaker from the Land of the Rising Sun in at least one category: Most productive manufacturer, according to this year's Harbour Report. What does that mean? That Chrysler assembles a vehicle in 30.37 hours on average, exactly the same figure reported by Toyota. How'd they do it? Outsourcing!