Frankfurt Motor Show Could Be Restructured In Order To Remain Sustainable

A lot of automakers, including Toyota, FCA, and Ferrari, were absent from this year’s event, and those present reduced their investments.

UAW Workers Could Walk Off The Job At GM This Weekend As Contract Deadline Looms

The UAW’s contract with GM expires at midnight on September 14th.

Jeep Recalling Almost 3,500 Gladiators Over Rear Driveshaft Problem

A rear driveshaft without grease in the monoblock joint could overheat, seize and fracture the whole assembly, which might even separate entirely, increasing the risk of an accident.

Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number: 12-Year-Old Dodge Journey Soldiers On For 2020

FCA’s oldest crossover, the Dodge Journey, gets reduced to two trim levels and one engine for the 2020 model year.

Automakers Team Up To Make Rear Seat Reminder Tech Standard Equipment By 2025

Automakers are working to safe lives as more than 800 children have died from heatstroke since 1998.

France And Japan Working Together To Strengthen Renault-Nissan Alliance

The two governments want to stabilize the Alliance and also committed to co-developing electric cars and autonomous tech .

FCA And Renault Merger Talks Could Be Back On The Table

The FCA and Renault merger reportedly hinges on Nissan’s backing.

Fiat Is Readying An Expanded Family Of New ‘500’ Models

Fiat won’t be bothered with large cars and intends its future models to be between 3.5 and 4.5 meters in length.

FCA Extends Third Shift At Canadian Minivan Plant Despite Slumping Sales

The Windsor, Ontario plant currently builds the Chrysler Pacifica and Dodge Grand Caravan minivans.

FCA Announces A Fix For The Jeep Wrangler’s ‘Death Wobble’

FCA has developed a new steering damper to resolve the Jeep Wrangler’s death wobble.

Minivan Sales Are Off Nearly A Million Units From Their Peak, But They’re Not Going Away Anytime Soon

Think full-size trucks are the only cash cows? Think again.

FCA Boss Mike Manley Eyes Jeep Expansion As The Way Forward

The exec conceded that Jeep is the driving force behind profitability over the last years – and will continue to be.