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There's no disputing it -- Ralph Gilles is one of the coolest guys in the auto industry. But when does Fiat Chrysler Auto-mobiles' global head of design achieve peak cool?
There's no disputing it — Montreal's Ralph Gilles is one of the coolest guys in the auto industry, writes Larry P. Vellequette.
Spy photographers have captured the first public images of Fiat Chrysler's upcoming midsize pickup based on the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
The exterior of the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler won't change much, but the cabin will get a major upgrade, spy photographs indicate.
The redesigned 2017 Compass is the key to Jeep's strategy to grow its global sales. And the key to the Compass is an innovative driveline system developed by GKN.
New spy photographs of the interior of the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler show it is destined to receive a major upgrade when it comes to the cabin.
That vehicle under a cover outside Fiat Chrysler's Toledo Assembly Complex in Ohio? It might be a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. Or it may be a decoy.
Audi of America, enjoying its 90th straight month of sales increases, has a plan to attract more dealership service technicians.
Volkswagen and Audi bucked a bad industry sales month in April, finishing up for the month -- though VW got some help from repaired turbodiesel engines to stay in positive territory.
Volkswagen Group of America has appointed two men to top positions running the company's communications and parts and vehicle logistics.
The Ram pickup kept Fiat Chrysler's sales from sliding further than 6.6 percent in April as Jeep sales continued to tumble.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles posted record $1.
Let the record show: I wrote the Automotive News editorial suggesting a ban on the legal registration of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. I don't regret it.
Fiat Chrysler earnings rose 11 percent in the first quarter as the automaker shifted to building more profitable SUVs. In Europe, profit at the group's once-struggling operations almost doubled to 178 million euros.
Fiat Chrysler earnings rose 11 per cent in the first quarter as the automaker shifted to building more profitable SUVs. In North America, overall results were on par with the same quarter last year.
A new book on the VW diesel emissions scandal asserts that it was an American VW executive who first disclosed VW's criminal acts to regulators.
As Volkswagen's criminal case closed in federal court, a nagging question persists: Who blew the whistle and first admitted to regulators that VW was lying about its dirty diesels?
A federal judge sentenced Volkswagen AG to pay a total of $4.3 billion in fines and penalties and called on the automaker to continue to fully cooperate with federal and state investigators.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, unveiled at the New York auto show, traded in the performance brand's halo for horns with performance numbers normally associated with much more expensive brands.
Fiat Chrysler will move the U.S. headquarters for Maserati from New Jersey to the former Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Mich., two sources familiar with the plan said.
Dodge created a specialized version of its 8-year-old Challenger coupe specifically for drag racing by cutting weight, increasing horsepower and making other changes to boost acceleration off the line.
Volkswagen is juicing its newly expanded lineup of crossovers with a double-sweet incentive for U.S. consumers: double the bumper-to-bumper warranty of most major competitors.
The stock market is a good banker but a lousy CEO, Staff Reporter Larry P. Vellequette writes.
Spy photographers have caught a 2019 Volkswagen T-Roc in the buff as it was being loaded onto a truck, showing the styling direction VW will take for its smaller crossovers.
Michael Winkler will step down from his post on June 1, setting up a shuffling of executives at Audi of America.
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