Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) plans to open the Detroit assembly plant.
According to the US media, the installation of Jeep sports use vehicles (SUVs) would be created in 2020 and created up to 400 jobs.
The US-Italian automaker does not confirm plans.
However, the company has previously said it wanted to boost the production of trucks and SUVs, which had strong sales in the United States.
If true, the plans would be a rare domestic expansion in the automobile industry, where rivals are going back to production.
FCA wants to reopen the motorized mothball plant in 2012 as a vehicle assembly plant, according to the report.
In general, Fiat Chrysler's US sales increased 8% this year, as the Jeep line increased.
Although profits in sales in the broader industries were fairly stable, sales of 2016 sales were seen.
General Motors quoted last month's request for a slowdown by announcing plans to stop the production of five North American plants, including four in the US.
This movement, part of a complete innovation of the business that causes a loss of more than 14,000 jobs, has made critical annoying politicians.
US President Donald Trump has confirmed the priority of automobile manufacturing in the face of the administration.
Ford has announced a restructuring plan, although the cuts of work have not been determined.