Chrysler’s viability plan presented to the U.S. Treasury back in February turned out to be a goldmine for information about the company’s future plans. Not only were there details about the next-generation Chrysler 300 and 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, but the documents also outlined details for some of Fiat’s future models that will be heading to North America. Following this week’s announcement that Chrysler has emerged from bankruptcy and is now in the hands of Fiat, the Detroit Free Press is reporting fresh news on the significant changes planned for Chrysler’s...
New Chrysler vehicles won't just be rebadged Fiats
Chrysler and Fiat have already tied the knot but now questions are emerging as to how the two companies will conceive new Chrysler vehicles based on Fiat's current stock. A Chrysler-Fiat vehicle won't just feature a Chrysler badge slapped on the bonnet, but instead it will have to be re-engineered...James Martinez
Chrysler-bound Fiat and Alfa vehicles revealed in court papers
With the news that Chrysler and Fiat have finally managed to forge an alliance settling in and Chrysler's bankruptcy proceedings underway, the documents attendant to that process are beginning to reveal key details of the two company's plans. Today the models destined for U.S. sale via the...Ralph Hanson
2009 Alfa Romeo 159 revealed ahead of Geneva Motor Show
A picture is worth a thousand words, or in the case of the Alfa Romeo 159, it's worth a long, loving stare. The sensual lines of one of the finest-looking sedans anywhere have been revealed in their 2009 model year form ahead of the unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Early last year...Nelson Ireson