Sergio Marchionne Named World Car Person Of The Year

80 jurors from aruond the world recognized Sergio Marchionne’s work in the auto industry.

FCA Investing $4.5 Billion To Build New Detroit Factory And Expand Other Sites

FCA is overhauling many of its assembly sites to prepare for a range of new models.

FCA, JLR, Renault, Nissan, PSA Investigated For Possible Antitrust Violations On Car Parts

The investigation is centered on whether or not the companies colluded to raise prices on car parts.

Americans Paying Luxury Car Prices For Pickup Trucks, With Average Transactions Up 61% From 2009!

Detroit’s Big Three own the market and make good money, but their reliance on trucks might eventually hurt them.

Demon Differentials Are Exploding But Dodge Says There’s Nothing To Investigate

The Demon’s 840 HP output might stress the diff too much on looser surfaces and make it susceptible to failure.

FCA Fined $77 Million For Missing U.S. CAFE Fuel Economy Target

Automakers are pushing for more lax targets, but since FCA missed the 2018 one, it had to pony up.

Maserati Hints At New Specialty Models And Vehicles Based On The Giorgio Platform

FCA confirms the Jeep Wrangler plug-in hybrid is on track for an early 2020 launch.

FCA Gives Its Hourly U.S. Employees A $6,000 Profit-Sharing Check

Roughly 44,000 eligible UAW-represented FCA U.S. employees will receive the payment on March 8.

2019 Ram 1500 Recalled As Brake Pedals Could Break Away From Assembly

More than 650,000 Ram heavy-duty trucks are being recalled in a separate campaign as well.

Chrysler Confident Its Passenger Cars Will Be Relevant In The U.S.

Fiat Chrysler’s sedans are ageing like an expensive wine .

FCA Takes The First Steps Towards Maserati’s Hopeful Salvation

Maserati will go through some necessary changes, thanks to FCA boss Michael Manley .

Careful, Your 2019 Ram 1500 Pickup Could Lose Power Steering

Some 160,000 units of the 2019 RAM 1500 could be affected in the States.