Nearly four years after taking over Chrysler, Sergio Marchionne is ready to take the Detroit automaker to the next level.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau speaks to Sergio Marchionne, Fiat Chrysler CEO about the company's expansion of transmission production in America, the U.S. economy and whether an IPO is in the works.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the automaker announced it is adding jobs and offering investment initiatives at its KoKomo transmission plant in Indiana.
A new study from Consumer Reports says many new vehicles with small turbocharged engines fail to deliver the mileage advertised by automakers.
American consumers ignored tax increases and tromped through the winter chill to buy new cars and trucks at an unusually strong pace last month.
In another sign of its turnaround, Chrysler said its profit jumped to $1.7 billion in 2012 as sales rose 18 percent.
Jeff Allen puts on display a 1969 Plymouth Hemi Roadrunner with a distinct provenance: It has been owned by two different celebrities.
Crash tests reveal whether expensive luxury cars are safer than less expensive models.
Video of crash tests that offers examples of midsize cars performing well in crash tests
Treasury will exit investment in GM in the next 12-15 months, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Car makers are revving up big sales, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau and Jim Hall, 2953 Analytics.
“With the content going into new cars and trucks, the costs will have to be passed along to buyers,”says John Humphrey, Senior Vice President of J.D. Power.
Nobody likes to wait, especially for some sexy new product with mouthwatering ad campaigns, like cars. Read ahead to see a list of 10 cars that you can’t buy yet.
A Ferrari F12 Berlinetta sold for $1.125 million over the weekend, with the proceeds going to Hurricane Sandy charity.
"By any measure this is an incredible turnaround for a company whose very survival was once in question," CEO Marchionne said at Chrysler's Mack Engine Plant.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, discusses the impact going over the fiscal cliff could have on the auto industry and the global economy.
During the final weeks of the presidential campaign, Republican nominee Mitt Romney called Tesla a “loser.” Romney was lumping Tesla in with Solyndra, Fisker, A123 and lithium-ion cell maker Ener1.
Let’s get something straight. As much as Ford Motor may not want to admit it, the new Transit Connect Wagon is basically a minivan.
Wrap your head around this. By 2035, the number of vehicles on the road worldwide will double to 1.7 billion. Yes, that's billion with a "B". That's the latest forecast from the International Energy Agency.
Fifty-five years after Toyota became the first Asian automaker to sell cars in the U.S., the Far East has climbed to the top of the mountain with American car buyers.