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  • How Chrysler became 'FCA US LLC'

    As of this morning, the company formerly known as Chrysler has changed its name to 'FCA US LLC,' to better reflect its Fiat ownership. Thankfully for car fans, the change is mostly a technicality, and brand names like Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram aren't going anywhere. 

  • Ferrari FFX K: New supercar roars onto the scene in Abu Dhabi

    Ferrari’s new track-only version of its LaFerrari flagship, the FXX K, has been revealed ahead of its official debut later this week in Abu Dhabi. Like Ferrari's previous experimental cars, the FXX K will be offered exclusively to the brand's most loyal customers. 

  • Takata airbag recall fiasco: What car owners need to know (+video)

    Takata has refused to expand a recall of faulty airbags linked to at least five deaths in the US, and the path to a nationwide recall has become exponentially more complicated for Takata, automakers, federal regulators, and owners of affected vehicles. 

  • 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 starts heading out to dealers

    2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 cars started shipping out to dealers across the country yesterday. The new 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 offers great choices, a convertible option for the first time, and as an automatic transmission. Keys might be given to some lucky customers as early as this week. 

  • US auto sales accelerate thanks to low gas prices, holiday buzz (+video)

    Auto sales climbed in November, with sales of SUVs and trucks coming in especially strong. Chrysler saw a 20 percent climb in auto sales since November 2013, thanks to strong performance from Jeep SUVs and Ram trucks. GM, Honda, and Toyota also saw impressive gains. 

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