Code of Federal Regulations Title 49. Transportation § 49.526.3 Transfer of vehicle from non-domestic to domestic fleet
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Each plan submitted under section 503(b)(4) of the Motor Vehicle Information and Cost Savings Act must contain the following information:
(a) For each model year for which relief is sought in the plan and for each model type of automobile sought to be included by the submitter in its domestic fleet under the plan (i.e., those with at least 50 percent but less than 75 percent U.S. or Canadian value added), provide the following information:
(1) A description of the model type, including engine type and displacement, transmission class, car line designation, and fuel economy;
(2) The projected U.S. sales of the model type;
(3) The average total manufacturing cost per vehicle for the model type;
(4) The percentage of the cost to the manufacturer attributable to value added in the United States or Canada for the model type:
(b) For each year covered by the plan, a list of individual product actions (e.g., change from imported engine to domestically manufactured engine) which will increase the domestic content of the affected vehicles. For each action, provide the model year in which the action will take effect, a description of the nature of the action, and the percentage change in domestic content resulting from the action.
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