For future BEVs, Stellantis will invest $155 million in a new electric drive module

Photo Source/Copyright: Stellantis Media Automobile manufacturer Stellantis declared in 2021 that it will soon be focusing more of its efforts on battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and alternative fuels. Subsequently, in 2022, Stellantis unveiled Dare Forward 2030 as its new corporate strategy. The new Ram 1500 REV had its grand debut, appearing at various auto exhibitions, including

Ram debuts new 2023 Ram 1500 TRX Havoc Edition

2023 Ram 1500 TRX Havoc Edition – Photo Source/Copyright: Stellantis Media The Ram Truck brand is getting closer to releasing the Ram 1500 Revolution, the automaker’s first battery-electric vehicle, but gas-powered pickup trucks are still far behind the finish line. There will be a lot to look forward to in 2023. Ram’s 1500 Revolution will

Dodge is making sure to not sacrifice performance during electrification transition

Photo Source/Copyright: Stellantis, Dodge Dodge has plans on transforming its muscle cars well into the future even if the internal combustion engines we are used to are in the process of going extinct. The automaker has taken small steps to slowly introduce its fans to its electrification plans, putting the Dodge Charger SRT Stryker Red

Here are all the available engines on the 2023 Ram Truck lineup

Posted in RAM Currently, Ram Truck has four engine options available for the 2023 Ram 1500 pickup. However, automotive enthusiasts believe there is an inline twin-turbo six-cylinder Hurricane engine lurking to become the fifth option. The Hurricane engine is in talks to replace the outgoing 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine, whose fate is shaky due to looming

Dodge plans on selling an electric muscle car in 2024

Dodge Charger – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by PaulLP Dodge has always been known for its tough, macho, and muscular car image. As that image seems to be stuck in the wrong decade, we have now received some interesting news. American muscle has its sights set on a new endeavor: electrification. The popular automaker and

Jeep’s Push to Go Electric is a Legitimate Priority

Photo Source/Copyright: Stellantis Who would’ve thought that America’s most beloved rugged off-road automaker would remotely consider going electric? Probably no one. For years Jeep has prided itself on creating the most efficient off-road vehicles that can do it all, but a major consumer problem has always been convincing buyers to disregard the dent in their

LEGO and Dodge debut New Speed Champions Collaboration with 1970 Challenger and Top Fuel Dragster kits

Photo Source/Copyright: LEGO Dodge does it all. Super powerful muscle cars? Check. Iconic designs? Check. Toy-car models? Check. Collaborating with one of the most successful toy brands in history for the second time? Check. American muscle-car automaker Dodge is known for its powerful and iconic vehicles, but what people don’t know is they dabble in

Jeep’s Monster 392 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon set to arrive in Spring 2021

Photo Source/Copyright: Jeep.com It’s no secret that off-road American behemoth automaker Jeep® loves the outdoors. Lately, Jeep has been exploring alternative models and transmission methods while staying true to its adventurous roots. The introduction of the 2019 Jeep Gladiator back in 2018 is arguably what kicked things into gear—in an unorthodox way. Traditionally, the brand

Stellantis CEO says Auto Brands under the company umbrella will have a future

Image Source: Stellantis Earlier this year, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Groupe PSA merged to form Stellantis, the 4th largest automobile company by volume in the world.  With a large portfolio of outstanding and world-class vehicles, the automotive giant seems to have no plans of stopping with its investment in the future. Stellantis is looking

Select Stellantis Brands will carry SiriusXM’s Automatic Crash Notification system

Photo Source/Copyright: SiriusXM and Stelantis Safety should be the number one priority when looking to buy a car. Sure, the looks are nice, have cool features, a big screen, and good pickup are a plus. But at the end of the day, is your car capable of handling an unfortunate situation to keep you and