If you didn’t see it aired on TV during halftime of the Super bowl Sunday, you’ve likely heard about it by now: The Clint Eastwood Chrysler commercial. Amid all the debate on the ad's perceived political stance, we took this question to our Facebook fans: After watching this video, do you think Chrysler came out with a pro-Obama commercial, or a patriotic commercial? We’ve culled their 127 comments and grouped the best here.
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.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles started trading on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday, marking an important step in CEO Sergio Marchionne’s efforts to turn the company into one of the world's leading automakers. Fiat Chrysler shares fell slightly in their first day of trading.
Nissan's June sales for its electric car Leaf slightly dipped in June, but Nissan is still up 5.5 percent since June 2013. Tesla Motors didn't report monthly sales for the Tesla Motors Model S electric car, but it is estimated that Tesla Motors sold about 1,200 cars.
Decades before Tesla Motors made electric car headlines, a little square car by American Motors was running 150 miles utilizing regenerative braking technology. Why is the Amitron not on the road today?
Fiat, the majority owner Chrysler, will purchase the remainder of the automaker for $3.65 billion, and a previously planned IPO looks to be off for now.
Alfa Romeo 4C debut in the US pushed back from 2013 to 2014. Chrysler/Fiat offers no explanation for delay of the Alfa Romeo 4C.