Chrysler has announced its second recall of the day, this one for the Fiat 500e over concerns of power loss. Continue Reading...
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With an increased focus on efficiency, engines are constantly being updated. New technology is being added, such as direct injection, while older techniques are being refined, including turbocharging. Continue Reading...
The Fiat 500e, which is making its debut at the 2012 LA Auto Show this week, will not be heading to Europe according to the automaker’s global brand head. Continue Reading...
At this year’s LA Auto Show, Fiat will reveal two new models, the 500 Abarth Cabriolet and 500E electric car. Continue Reading...
Dodge to Withdraw from NASCAR According to several reports, Dodge is preparing to announce its withdrawal from NASCAR today… Ford C-Max Hybrid Gets 47 MPG Across the Board Ford’s C-Max hybrid is all part of the company’s plan to triple electrified vehicle production capacity by 2013… Continue Reading...
The Fiat 500 EV will begin production later this year and go on sale in 2013 as Chrysler relaxes its opposition to electric vehicles. Continue Reading...
Gas prices are getting higher and Chrysler would like to sell you its Fiat 500 EV that uses no gas for $10,000 below cost. What’s the catch? No catch, except its cost could be three times higher than a $15,995 gasoline-powered version. Citing the high price of developing an all-electric city car, Chrysler Fiat CEO… Continue Reading...
With the Fiat 500 already on sale in North America (if you can find a dealer), the Italian automaker will expand its lineup with the addition of a convertible model this Spring. At the recent launch of the 500, Fiat North America CEO Laura Soave revealed that the 500C will be coming in Q2 of… Continue Reading...
Fiat will bring a fully-electric version of the 500 to market, with production starting in 2012. The result of the Fiat/Chrysler alliance, the Fiat 500 EV will use a high-tech lithium-ion battery pack. It will also be developed and engineered by Chrysler at the company’s headquarters in Auburn Hills, Mich. No information regarding power, acceleration,… Continue Reading...