Forbes  Dec 29  Comment 
No vehicle is more useful and comfortable than a minivan, despite its dowdy reputation. Now, Chrysler has added a plug-in hybrid powertrain to its superb Pacifica, and I'm in heaven.
Forbes  Dec 27  Comment 
Fiat Chrysler, shrugging off negative news about a big recall, has become an unlikely investor favorite, propelled by hopes the premium subsidiaries Maserati and Alfa Romeo might be sold to pay off huge debt. The possibility a Trump boom might...
Automotive World  Dec 22  Comment 
The Supplier Qualitas Convention ceremony of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) was held at the Auditorium of the Lingotto Center in Turin on December 14. MANN+HUMMEL won the award in the chassis and engine systems category. The filtration expert was...
Forbes  Dec 21  Comment 
With Chrysler, and now Honda, providing vehicles that integrate Waymo's self-driving technology in test fleets, Alphabet's former Google Car project is getting closer to commercialization.
Yahoo  Dec 20  Comment 
U.S. vehicle safety officials said on Tuesday they have launched an investigation into about a million Fiat Chrysler Ram pickup trucks and SUVs prompted by complaints by some owners that the vehicles rolled away and crashed after being parked. The...
Wall Street Journal  Dec 20  Comment 
Fiat Chrysler has made a big bet on China, investing in local production and more dealers in a bid to turbocharge sales of Jeeps in the country. But fierce competition amid slowing growth has dealers already cutting prices.
Forbes  Dec 20  Comment 
Driverless minivans make the most sense as shuttle buses in crowded cities or campus settings (not because Mommy wants to sleep in.) That helps explain why Waymo is using Chrysler Pacifica minivans to perfect its self-driving technology.
TechCrunch  Dec 20  Comment 
Waymo gets 100 new Chrysler Pacifica minivans outfitted with Waymo technology, Starry raises another $30 million, Elon Musk wants to build tunnels because of his reaction to traffic, Zuckerberg gets us one step closer to Jarvis and 79 percent of...


Chrysler was bought by private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management from Daimler AG in 2007 for $7.4 billion, or one-fifth of the $37 billion Daimler paid in 1998. In addition to the Chrysler brand, the company also controls the Dodge and Jeep brands.

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