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Video: Chrysler launches Super Bowl ad with Bob Dylan, and Jeep

Chrysler released their own teaser for the big Super Bowl game recently, starring famous folk music artist, Bob Dylan. In the commercial, Chrysler and Dylan carry on the Pentastar’s campaign of being “imported from America,” or previously Detroit. The new tag line: American Import. The spot also featured the all-new, glorious looking 2015 Chrysler 200 […]

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2014 NAIAS: Chrysler makes us forget the Sebring with the all-new 2015 200

Chrysler unveiled the successor to their entry-level 200 sedan today at the 2014 North American International Auto Show today. Featuring a completely new design, the all-new 2015 Chrysler 200 seeks to make the public forget about the entirely forgettable Sebring-based 200. And needless to say, based on the exterior aesthetics alone, this new 2015 model […]

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Spy Shots: Is this the new 2015 Chrysler 200 supposedly due at Detroit?

Some spy photos were revealed of what could be an undisguised next generation Chrysler 200, which is due for a complete makeover for the 2015 model year. And judging from the pictures, the future Chrysler 200 will take the current yawn-tastic Sebring-based 200 and smash it to smithereens. The new car appears to be completely […]

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Report: Chrysler to begin production of next gen 200 in early 2014, a new Dodge Avenger also due

In the midst of a report supposedly confirming the beginning of production for the next generation Chrysler 200 in early 2014, word via Reuters also is that Dodge is preparing a replacement for its familial Avenger compact sedan. The new Chrysler 200 due is said to be based off of the same architecture as the […]

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Report: New Chrysler 200 due in January of 2015, to have Fiat-based roots

AutomotiveNews reports that Chrysler’s entry-level sedan, the haunted-by-its-Sebring-past 200, will be seeing the automotive grim reaper after being in production [in 200 form] since 2011. This is reportedly to make way for a redesigned version due in January of 2015. AN reportedly got the scoop via some “internal Chrysler documents” indicating that production of the […]

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Report: 2014 Chrysler 200 to define brand’s next design language, Dodge Challenger due for changes

Most often than not, automakers will either use a flagship or midway bread-and-butter model as the car to spearhead a brand’s direction when changing design languages. For instance, for BMW, it’s more often been the BMW 7-Series dictating what the 5- and 3- would look like as their point was to mimic the big-daddy in […]

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Report: Fiat SpA. modularizes compact subcompact, to underpin minivans, SUVs, and crossovers

AutomotiveNews reportedly spoke with Fiat SpA. executive Mauro Pierallini and learned that the Italian make revised its latest small car platform to increase its versatility in the name of streamlining production. Pierallini is the head of product development for Fiat’s Middle East, Africa, and Europe regions. The revised small car platform was first reworked to […]

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Report: Next Chrysler 200 to have nine-speed auto, to get 38 MPG

Chrysler-Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has been on the hard offensive ever since he rescued the bankrupt Auburn Hills make several years ago. And his efforts seem to be paying off as Chrysler has represented itself to be one of the greatest turnarounds of the new millennium. That said, there are some high expectations for the […]

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Report: Chrysler to add 8-speed, 9-speed transmissions across the lineup

So you think electric-cars, hybrids and plug-in hybrids are the only types of vehicles that save you money at the pump? Think again. One of Chrysler Group LLC’s main strategies after coming out of its June 2009 bankruptcy has been to mate gasoline engines with transmissions with a lot of gears. The system helps increase […]

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2012 Chrysler 200

Report: Chrysler’s future vehicles will be designed by the wind

Anyone will tell you that one of the most important factors when designing a new car is aerodynamics. Chrysler Group LLC’s design chief Ralph Gilles said today that his team will spend more time in the wind tunnel when designing future models. Talking to reporters at the annual Mackinac Policy Conference, Gilles said aerodynamics is […]

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