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Powertrains | January 23 2017

FCA Powertrain Innovation Streak Continues

Reveals of new vehicles dominate the headlines during the preview of the Detroit auto show, but several industry events make it a busy week. The annual WardsAuto event that distributes awards to honorees of its 10 Best Engines program is a must-do for members of the FCA US Powertrain group. At least one FCA engine
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Our People | October 03 2016

Purdue University Honors FCA Engineer for Excellence

As the auto industry travels toward a future that will include vehicles which will drive themselves, FCA US engineer Christine Barman is considering an important question – what will the “driver” want to do with his or her time? There are numerous possibilities. Perhaps work, watch a movie, connect socially with friends or just have
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Chrysler | December 02 2014

2015 Chrysler 200 sales surge

155%. Yes, you read that right. That’s how high sales of the 2015 Chrysler 200 have surged, breaking all-time sales records for the sedan for the month of November. It’s the fifth consecutive month that the 200 is up year-over-year. The Chrysler 200 helped contribute to Chrysler Group’s best November sales since 2001, making Chrysler
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Fiat | September 23 2014

Electric vehicle sparks expansion

The Fiat 500e is charging ahead with new colors, new accolades and new leasing opportunities. Fiat USA has expanded sales of the Fiat 500e to Oregon. The environmentally friendly city – popular with many bike-riding, eco-friendly, fun loving hipsters – is now home to the award-winning Fiat 500e. The electric vehicle is perfect for people
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Corporate Business | July 24 2013

The Most Appealing Vehicles

Does your new car still appeal to you? It would if you owned one of several Chrysler Group products named today in The J.D. Power and Associates Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study. The Study recognized the 2013 Dodge Charger, Fiat 500, Ram Truck brand and Chrysler 300 in its annual study, which examines what consumers like
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