Monday, December 28, 2009

Is this the 2011 Dodge Charger?

Will the new Dodge Charger get back to it's legendary muscle car status? One name that gets muscle car enthusiasts excited is Charger. Most die hard cars buffs feel Dodge missed the mark with the Dodge Charger. It has capable performance with the 5.7 Hemi engine, but the enthusiast wish the styling would have been closer to the 1969 Charger.
Is this the 2011 Charger, if so it is Hot!

Is Chrysler going to reveal The Delta and Electric 500 cars at the Detroit Auto Show?

The Internet is a buzz with the rumors of a shared platform Chrysler/Lancia Delta to be unveiled at the Detroit International Auto show. Also the Small 500 and 500 Electric.
This would be great news for Chrysler if they can do so. With Ram winning the Motor Trend Truck of The Year, they should keep the good news coming.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Motor Trend Truck of the Year: 2010 Dodge Ram Heavy Duty

A heavy duty truck has won Motor Trend’s coveted Truck of the Year title -- an award the magazine has rarely given to a heavy duty truck that occupies a small niche of the market.

Dodge redesigned the Ram 1500 in 2009, adding a better driving experience and more amenities. For 2010, the heavy-duty Ram 2500 and 3500 models get the same treatment.

The award, however, reflects the changing way Americans view trucks. While pickups were common family vehicles before the recent recession, truck makers are increasingly focusing their efforts on industrial and commercial markets. The AP reports, “Motor Trend said it has refocused the prize this year to reward trucks with greater utility, as leisure truck buyers have largely deserted the market. The magazine said the new focus is reflected in the choice of finalists.”

The 2010 Dodge Ram Heavy Duty beat out the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, a high-performance off-road truck built in limited quantities, as well as two vehicles aimed primarily at commercial buyers -- the Toyota Tundra 4.6-liter work truck and the Ford Transit Connect cargo van.....More

Monday, December 7, 2009

Chrysler has big plans for Ram truck brand

Chrysler Group LLC wants to make its new Ram truck brand as big, bold and profitable as the full-size pickups that are its cornerstone, and plans to do it by expanding into commercial vans and potentially big rigs.--...More

Chrysler plans for future Ram after Dakota

One future product idea that has survived the transition from bankrupt Chrysler to the new Chrysler Group LLC is a unibody pickup to replace the Dodge Dakota, which will be discontinued in 2011.---...More