Articles about Stellantis

It’s called the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170
Is that a good thing?
37.2 inches. That's how much infotainment screen action you'll get in future Chrysler EVs. Just look at this new 'Chrysler Synthesis Cockpit Demonstrator'-it's been designed to show off the inside of future Chryslers, with the first EV
An American take on the Alfa Romeo Tonale
Americans, welcome to the all-new Dodge Hornet. Except it isn't really all-new, is it? Even tired European eyes can spot the Alfa Romeo Tonale that's lurking underneath. Still, the Dodge face and the aggressive hood work remarkably well
Mon Ami, Citroen!
When Citroen unveiled the My Ami Buggy Concept back in December last year, we really didn't think it'd ever see the light of day. Just a bit of fun to drum up some more interest in the standard Ami, we
The next step in the company’s move toward electrification
Stellantis has made a series of big announcements today. In addition to the reveal of its plans to build the 'world's first electric muscle car' under the Dodge brand, it has also now given us a peek at its game plan
Due for release in 2024
The day of reckoning has come, muscle car enthusiasts. Dodge, the American carmaker known for building some of world's the sickest road cars (and even SUVs) is going electric.Okay, we admit that's a bit of an exaggeration. Before you
These are the winning entries from Stellantis’ Drive for Design Contest
The FCA-Peugeot merger may already be complete, but it appears the annual Drive to Design contest continues under Stellantis.For this year's competition, the participating young artists were tasked to design an 'electrified Jeep vehicle of the future' within a
Looking to stand out?
The fact that the Philippines is a pickup-loving country is no secret. Don't kid yourself, though, by saying the trucks around these parts are comparable in stature to the beasts that roam around over in the US. Given the competition,
The merger has officially created a new company called Stellantis
It's been a little over a year since Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Groupe PSA officially agreed on this full-scale merger, but now we're finally at this point. Yes, ladies and gents-a new automotive industry giant named Stellantis
We might be seeing the end of an era soon
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Groupe PSA are closing in on the big merger that's expected to happen this year. But once the joint company, which will be called Stellantis, is formally introduced, it could also mean the end of the
The completion of their merger is expected to occur in Q1 of 2021
Listen up, Internet, for Top Gear has some serious industry news for you. The new super-group that emerges from the ongoing Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Groupe PSA merger will be known as Stellantis.We first heard of the merger between
Each group would hold 50% of shares of the new combined entity
Lots of car brands, lots of cars, potentially big numbers. We now have official confirmation that both Groupe PSA and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) are working toward a combined business entity that would create "the fourth largest global OEM."As tieups go,
Peugeot maker is said to have approved the merger plans with FCA
Shortly after talks about a full-scale merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Groupe PSA, the maker of Peugeot, have surfaced, more developments have come to light: Reports are now saying that Groupe PSA's board has given its approval for
This could be big
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is proposing a merger with Renault, and the French car manufacturer says it's looking into this scheme. Depending on how this plays out, we could be looking at the next big thing in the global auto industry.
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