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Maserati is on track for a dramatic rebirth spearheaded by the MC20, but 30 years ago, things were very different for the company
Lee Iacocca, one of the car industry's most celebrated execs, has died. He leaves behind an incredible legacy
The man who completed two incredible turnarounds for Fiat, and later Chrysler, bringing both from the brink of collapse back into profit, has died following complications from surgery
Chrysler is set to get some long overdue additions to its rather empty stable, including new crossovers and a Hellcat-engined 300
Great Wall Motors has announced its interest in purchasing all or part of FCA, in a deal of potentially historic proportions
Both the biker and the Chrysler driver have no right to be on the road, but the actions of the minivan driver early on in the video clearly make the biker's blood boil to the point of smashing his window with a rock!
Regular Car Reviews gets behind the wheel of the 707hp Challenger Hellcat, but has issues with what the car represents...
This could be your only chance to say you own a rare, limited-edition Shelby
When this Chrysler 300C limo gets beached on a railway crossing, the fast-moving freight train has no option but to plough straight trough the car like a fist through air. Luckily, nobody was injured...
Cheap cars have character, and for less than $2000 there are all kinds of adventures to be had. Roll up your sleeves and bust out the wrenches - it's time for a cheap car challenge
In the ignorance of youth, many of us became infatuated with some pretty dubious cars. We asked you guys to fess up about the terrible cars you liked as a kid, and these are the best submissions!
Some of you will know me as Mr Regular on YouTube, but what you might not know is where my passion for cars started all those years ago. So here goes...
Mr Regular takes a look at a modified example of the Conquest: America's imported version of the Mitsubishi Starion
Regular Car Reviews gets behind the wheel of a 1988 Chrysler New Yorker, the car he believes proves the genius of Lee Iacocca