• 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392

    There’s good news from Chrysler for performance car fans: the automaker has announced that the Street and Racing Technology (SRT) group has been spun off to form its own brand. Better news? At the helm is none other than Ralph Gilles, who was formerly the CEO of the Dodge brand. Gilles is an accomplished driver and motorsports fan, so appointing him to head the SRT division seems like a perfect fit. Replacing Gilles at Dodge is Reid Bigland, who had been president and CEO of Chrysler Canada. Bigland retains his responsibilities for the Canadian market in addition to gaining leadership...

  • 2011 Chrysler 300
    Imported From Detroit: New Chrysler, Dodge Slogans Leaked?

    With Sergio Marchionne and Fiat now running the show, Chrysler and its sub-brands are rapidly working to reinvent their images. The latest in the litany of leaked plans? New slogans for Dodge and Chrysler. At least, the slogans purport to be the real deal. They're certainly just humorous enough to...

  • Lancia Thesis
    Report: Chrysler To Build Lancia Flagship In North America

    The product plans of Chrysler and Fiat are undergoing a major shakeup that should last the next couple of years, as the expanding Fiat Group and its demanding CEO Sergio Marchionne pull all the strings. We’ve already seen hints of some of the plans with the U.S. unveiling of the Fiat 500 and...

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    Fiat Axes Chrysler Brand In Europe, Rebrands As Lancia

    All Chrysler cars sold in Europe will be badged as Lancias.

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    Marchionne: Fiat-Based Chryslers On Sale Before 2012, IPO Possible

    While it’s looking more and more likely that the first Alfa Romeos won’t go on sale in the U.S. until 2012, a new range of Chrysler models based on Fiat platforms could be on sale before then. Chrysler is planning to use Fiat’s compact car expertise to develop a range of new fuel efficient...

  • Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo with his 599 GTB Fiorano
    Luca di Montezemolo Resigns As Chairman Of Fiat, Stays On At Ferrari

    Montezemolo will be replaced by John Elkann, current vice-chairman.

  • Chrysler-branded Lancia Delta live at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show

    Chrysler’s lineup, both in North America and Europe, is in for a major shakeup over the next couple of years now that the expanding Fiat Group and its demanding CEO Sergio Marchionne are pulling all the strings. We’ve already seen hints of some of the plans with the unveiling of the Chrysler-badged Lancia Delta hatchback at last month’s 2010 Detroit Auto Show and Marchionne pretty much gave it all away when he revealed that the Chrysler and Lancia divisions could be merged within the year. Now, as the 2010 Geneva Motor Show approaches, Chrysler and Lancia have announced they will hold a...

  • Fiat 500 BEV Concept on Chrysler standard, 2010 Detroit Auto Show
    Report: Chrysler Looking For New Plant To Build Fiats

    Chrysler is currently on the lookout for a new site in North America to start building Fiat-based models, with the first cars tipped to be rolling off the factory floor as early as this year. The information comes from Chrysler's senior vice president for manufacturing, Scott Garberding, who...

  • 2010 Fiat 500 BEV
    2010 Detroit Auto Show: Fiat 500 BEV

    At the 2010 Detroit Auto Show today Chrysler rolled out its Fiat 500 minicar once again but this time around the diminutive hatch is sporting something very different. Labeled the Fiat 500 BEV, the new concept features an all-electric powertrain based on Chrysler’s modular electric drive...

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    Report: Alfa Romeo Not Planning Multiair V-8 Engine

    The Multiair electronic intake system won't be coming to an Alfa Romeo--or Chrysler--V-8 any time soon, according to the report.

  • 2008 Fiat 500
    Chrysler Handling Distribution Of Fiat 500 In U.S.

    Production of the Fiat 500 will start in North America late next year or in early 2011.

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    Chrysler Aiming To Rise 'A Notch Above Cadillac'

    A brand re-interpretation is underway at the new Fiat-run Chrysler.

  • Jim Press and 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

    The move is something of a surprise after Press was kept on through the Fiat purchase of Chrysler.

  • 2009 Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR
    Next-Gen Dodge Viper To Get Ferrari-Inspired V10?

    The American powerhouse may get an injection of Italian technology to update its aging 8.4-liter mill.

  • 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    Supreme Court allows sale of Chrysler to Fiat

    The Supreme Court has approved the sale of substantially all of Chrysler's assets to Fiat, helping to finalize their alliance as well as the American automaker’s bankruptcy proceedings. Approval was given for the $2 billion sale of the assets to a new company that will be 68% controlled by a...

  • 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    Judge allows sale of Chrysler assets to Fiat

    A U.S. bankruptcy judge on Sunday approved the sale of substantially all of Chrysler's assets to Fiat, helping to finalize the two automaker’s alliance as well as the American company’s bankruptcy proceedings. Approval was given for the $2 billion sale of the assets to a new company...

  • 2009 Chrysler 200C concept car
    Chrysler begins new ad campaign to show off future models

    Chrysler's recent announcement revealing its new global alliance with Italian auto giant Fiat now means that the company has to hurry to re-establish itself in the market. In order to do this, Chrysler will be unveiling a new advertising campaign to show off future models and get people interested...

  • Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli
    Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli sheds light on resignation

    News of Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli's departure has been making the rounds recently, but now the resigning chief has shed some light on the matter. Unlike his former counterpart at General Motors, Nardelli insists that he was not asked by the Obama administration to step down from the helm at...

  • Fiat and Chrysler logos

    Bankruptcy is the word of the day for Chrysler, but 'merger' will soon be replacing it. The whole bankruptcy process is being pushed forward quickly to eliminate the remaining obstacles between Chrysler's viability and the Fiat merger. President Obama's speech today reflected this path, confirming both that bankruptcy is the only way forward, and that his task force finds a joined Fiat-Chrysler alliance to be viable. "Over the past month, seemingly insurmountable obstacles have been overcome," the President said during his speech. "Chrysler and Fiat have formed a partnership that has a strong...

  • Chrysler Group headquarters
    White House confirms bankruptcy plans for Chrysler, Nardelli to step down

    The White House has announced Chrysler's entry into bankruptcy protection today, with talks between the Treasury Department and the carmaker failing to reach an agreement on the last day before the auto industry task force’s restructuring deadline. No further talks are planned but President...

  • Fiat Chrysler logo
    Fiat threatens to walk away from Chrysler deal

    At the end of March the President's task force on the auto industry put a 30-day window on Chrysler and Fiat reaching an alliance agreement. Just hours later Chrysler announced the two companies had signed off on the deal. That turned out to be premature, as there remains a strong chance that Fiat...

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    Marchionne confident Fiat can help Chrysler

    The Fiat-Chrysler partnership has been brewing since well before the economic meltdown and federal loan bonanza of late 2008, but it's still taking shape as the carmakers find ways to work to their mutual benefit. Today Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne reaffirmed his confidence that Fiat will be able to...

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