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China's Great Wall Motor is interested in buying the Jeep brand and has reached out to Fiat Chrysler to see whether a deal can be negotiated.
China's Great Wall Motor told Automotive News it is interested in buying the Jeep brand and has reached out to FCA to see whether a deal can be negotiated.
Volkswagen has shown three electric concept vehicles built on its new MEB platform — a five-door hatchback, a minivan and a crossover — and the crossover will arrive first in U.S. dealerships.
Chinese automakers are facing government pressure to buy foreign companies -- and FCA makes an attractive target. At least one Chinese offer has been made, but FCA rejected it for not being enough.
Chinese ownership of FCA is far more desirable — in terms of the U.S.
One of two Fiat Chrysler officials so far charged in a conspiracy to embezzle millions from a joint FCA-UAW training fund pleaded guilty this morning in federal court.
The auto industry has been cautious in considering the prospects of 3-D printing in plastic. But what happens if manufacturers could print parts in metal?
Some, but not all, Dodge dealers are seeking market adjustments that would nearly double the price for the limited-edition drag racer.
A review of the data points to a company that either didn't accurately know what it was selling month to month or was playing fast and loose with its fleet sales.
Audi is redesigning its human-machine interfaces across its lineup, beginning with the A8, to incorporate haptic feedback, which the brand views as an added safety measure.
It's a case of Audi technology outstripping humans' ability to keep up, and it may be up to the U.S. Congress to resolve it.
Scott Keogh, CEO of Audi of America says the brand's dealer network, could get involved in the brand's on-demand mobility experiment down the road.
Stepped in when other managers were fleeing one dealership
The revamped Audi A8's newest self-driving technology won't become functional until laws are passed in U.S. jurisdictions that enable the Level 3 autonomous technology to operate legally.
Fiat Chrysler has begun assembling diesel-powered Ram 1500 pickups again for the first time in months, workers at the company's Warren Truck Assembly plant in Michigan say, though the automaker and environmental regulators...
Volkswagen Group of America named a longtime executive from its parent company's European operations as the new head of sales and marketing.
Despite ongoing disputes over emissions and software in Canada and the United States, FCA has started assembling diesel Ram 1500 pickups again for the first time in months, according to workers in Michigan.
Fiat Chrysler has begun assembling diesel Ram 1500 pickups again for the first time in months, workers at the company's truck assembly plant in Michigan say, though the automaker and environmental regulators haven't resolved...
Volkswagen Group of America named a longtime executive from its parent company's European operations as the new head of sales and marketing for the VW brand in North America.
Volkswagen brand sales climbed 15 percent in June as the German brand's sales continue to recover from the diesel emissions scandal.
Fiat Chrysler sales fell 7.4 percent in June, although the Ram pickup brand was a bright spot.
The Atlas and Tiguan should help VW click with U.S. consumers and meet stiffer CAFE regulations.
Spy photographers have caught the redesigned Ram 1500 during testing, and despite heavy camouflage some features of the truck are evident.
Emich Volkswagen gives its customers 10 percent back on their annual service purchases, up to $100 per person, good for future spending at the dealership.
Keeping older vehicle designs in production after their replacements are introduced is becoming an important strategy. It protects market share and keeps budget-conscious customers happy.
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