The Ram 1500 has been named 2014 Motor Trend Truck of the Year. That feat is impressive alone, but consider the fact that Ram 1500 is the first truck to win the award for two consecutive years, and you really have something to talk about.
While the 2014 Ram 1500 faced some strong competition, the judges chose the defending champion thanks to its innovative powertrain, smooth ride, and stylish interior and exterior.Read More
Ram Truck brand continues the year of the Farmer with a 300-page photographic essay titled “The Farmer in All of Us”.
The book is published by National Geographic, and proceeds will benefit efforts by the National FFA Organization.Read More
Klaus Busse, Head of Interior Design for the Chrysler Group, has been named the Automotive News All-Star in the category of Design.
While the word design unusually evokes attractive exterior sheet metal, Busse is best known for his excellent work on the interiors of vehicles like the Ram 1500, SRT Viper, and Jeep Grand Cherokee.Read More
The Chrysler Group is getting nostalgic with limited-edition vehicles for the Dodge and Jeep brands.
These vehicles honor the brands’ history and heritage- two focusing on Dodge’s performance roots, and another focusing on Jeep’s origins as go-anywhere vehicle.Read More
The Ram 1500 continues to roll.
The 2013 edition won Motor Trend Truck of the Year and North American Truck of the Year. Now the 2014 edition, largely unchanged due to the truck’s immense success, has won AutoGuide.com Truck of the Year.Read More
For the 4th consecutive year, the Jeep Wrangler was named the “Hottest 4×4-SUV” of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show.
The award recognizes the vehicles and models that manufacturers believe are the best platform for accessories and parts customization.
Thanks to the Wrangler’s versatility and customizability, it once again hauled in the award.Read More
30 years ago this month, Chrysler changed the automotive market by introducing the first minivan.
By blending cargo van utility with passenger car comfort, Chrysler essentially eliminated the stagnant station wagon and created a whole new segment.
Today, Chrysler has sold over 13 million minivans, twice as many as any other automaker.
Although the minivan saw decades of resistance from automotive executives, when Chrysler finally pushed the minivan through, it quickly became one of the most successful vehicles ever launched, forever changing the way car companies look at product design and innovation.Read More
The Chrysler Group, maker of Dodge, Jeep, Ram, and Chrysler vehicles, is preparing quite a display for the 2013 SEMA Show, the premier automotive specialty product event in the world.
Starting Nov. 5th in Las Vegas, the SEMA (for Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show allows manufacturers to display the latest products and concept equipment, and Chrysler is getting in the action with 20 customized vehicles.Read More