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  • 1980-1981 Dodge Omni 024 De Tomaso

    1981 Dodge Omni 024 De Tomaso

    The Eighties was a decade of great change for the US auto industry, none more so than for Chrysler – reinvented as the purveyor of frugal, sensible little econobox K-cars and minivans. De Tomaso sprinkled a little exoticism on the Omni however, as Richard Heseltine discovers…

  • Fiat to merge with Peugeot

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group have agreed in principle to merge. In a joint statement, the FCA and PSA boards announced they would work towards a binding agreement “within weeks”. The merger would create the world’s fourth-largest car maker with a market value of about $50 billion. The shareholding will be 50/50 between the two groups, and the joint board will include five members from PSA and five from FCA. Carlos Tavares of PSA will be CEO, while John Elkann will be chairman.

  • Lee Iacocca 1924-2019

    Lee Iacocca 1924-2019

    Auto industry legend Lee Iacocca has died aged 94. He was the father of the Ford Mustang and saved Chrysler from bankruptcy. Mike Renaut looks back on his life…

  • Remembering an industry icon - Lee Iacocca 1924-2019

    Lee Iacocca 1924-2019

    Evans reflects on the life of legendary auto executive Lee Iacocca, who passed away in July…

  • The new Dodge SRT Challenger - 2015

    The new Dodge SRT Challenger - 2015

    The power wars are heating up again in the muscle car arena. With the 580bhp Camaro ZL1 and the 660bhp Mustang GT500 having been on sale for a while now, it was about time Dodge reacted and it has with the 2015 Challenger SRT trotting out a 600 horsepower (447kW) Hemi Hellcat option.