Waymo, the subsidiary spun from Google to handle autonomous driving, today started offering commercial service with its self-driving, Canada-made Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans. The service is called Waymo One.
Fiat Chrysler's Jeep, after a nearly 14-year tease of just-over-the-horizon promises and someday-soon product plans, showed the first production pickup to carry the brand's name in a generation: the 2020 Gladiator.
We know Jeep is building a Wrangler-inspired pickup -- it's just a matter of what it'll be named, what it will look like and when it will show up. Well, the folks at JeepScrambler Forum answered some of those questions.
FCA's decision to not move the Dodge Challenger and Charger to the Giorgio platform is a bad sign for the Brampton, Ont., assembly plant, says one analyst.
Some 2,200 years after Hannibal crossed the Alps to invade Italy using an army of African war elephants, FCA's Mopar brand is unleashing the Hellephant -- a giant, supercharged 1,000-hp crate engine it intends to sell next year and is capable of generating 950 pound-feet of torque.
Fiat Chrysler outearned Ford in the third quarter, and it fulfilled a prediction from two years ago by then-CEO Sergio Marchionne by posting a record double-digit profit margin in North America.
The union Unifor says several supply plants will be affected by the shutdown at FCA's minivan plant in Windsor, Ont. Production will resume Nov. 5.
Of the appointments made by new FCA CEO Mike Manley last week, his successors at Jeep and Ram -- including Canadian Reid Bigland -- were arguably the most important as those brands supply the cash flow to keep the company afloat.
New Fiat Chrysler CEO Mike Manley announced his reorganized executive team on Monday. Canadian Reid Bigland returns to the helm of Ram and will continue to lead FCA Canada.
Much of FCA Canada's 2018 sales decline can be attributed to the Ram brand, which has struggled this year despite having a redesigned pickup to sell in a market that heavily favours pickups and light trucks.
BMW is working with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Canadian supply giant Magna International, Intel and Mobileye to bring a new self-driving platform to the entire automotive market by 2021.
The aging full-size sedan will be eliminated in 2020, ending a 15-year production run. There is no word yet on what the end of the vehicle's production will mean at FCA's assembly plant in Brampton, Ont.