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That new gas powered, V8 Mustang with a manual transmission? You can thank the Mach-E for that

The upcoming Detroit Auto Show isn’t going to set the world on fire, but there is a product that is going to debut there that enthusiasts will appreciate. The next generation, gasoline-powered, manual-equipped Ford Mustang coupe is set to bow in a few weeks. Why? Because the Mustang Mach-E. It’s amazing to me that we’re […]

by Chad Kirchner
8/29/2022
Confirmed: Dodge’s all-electric muscle car will have a transmission with ‘more than two speeds,’ ride on STLA Large platform

Dodge revealed its future vision of American performance when it debuted the all-electric Charger Daytona SRT concept on Wednesday. Important details about this long, low coupe are scarce, but a one-on-one chat with Tim Kuniskis, Dodge’s affable and engaging chief executive officer shed light on what customers can expect when the brand launches an all-electric […]

by Craig Cole
8/19/2022
Dodge CEO confirms 14,000 reservations for new Hornet in first day

The Dodge brand is wrapping up its 2022 Speed Week at M1 Concourse in Pontiac, Michigan, and brand CEO Tim Kuniskis just debuted the company’s first dedicated EV — the Dodge Charger Daytona. While we will be the first to tell you shouldn’t read the comments on the internet, Kuniskis admitted that he did and […]

by Chad Kirchner
8/17/2022
The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept is a BEV with an exhaust

Following the debut of Dodge’s first-ever electrified performance vehicle with the 2023 Dodge Hornet R/T, the American automaker has given us a preview of its vision for an electrified future with the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept. And what an interesting future it’s going to be, considering this BEV has an exhaust. Yes, you read […]

by Jason Siu
8/17/2022
Dodge’s first-ever electrified performance vehicle is the Hornet R/T

Heading to dealerships in Spring 2023, the Dodge Hornet R/T is the brand’s first-ever electrified performance vehicle and the start of Dodge’s journey to electrified performance. The Hornet is also the American automaker’s first all-new vehicle in its lineup since 2013 and it’ll compete in the crowded crossover segment. Offering a segment-leading 288-combined horsepower and […]

by Jason Siu
8/16/2022
What will replace the Dodge Charger and Challenger at Brampton?

We’re in the midst of a weeklong event called Dodge Speed Week, where the company is spending 3 nights to talk about the current status of Dodge, where it’ll be in the near future, and where it’s heading in the long-term future. We had an opportunity to attend a briefing about the event, and learned […]

by Chad Kirchner
8/16/2022
Stellantis’ Dare Forward 2030 plan aims to launch over 75 new BEVs

Stellantis has unveiled its Dare Forward 2030 plan, which aims to put the company at the forefront of the fight for climate change. This will see it reach carbon neutrality by 2038 and is already aiming to cut its emissions by 50 percent in 2030. Part of the plan is to increase battery-electric vehicle sales […]

by Stefan Ogbac
3/2/2022
Stellantis announces new open-air platforms and software

Stellantis has announced the second part of its electrification strategy, which focuses on leveraging software. The company has mapped out its next-generation technologies by building on existing connected vehicle capabilities and transforming how consumers interact with vehicles. This will see Stellantis move to open-air platforms with new features and services added via over-the-air (OTA) updates […]

by Stefan Ogbac
12/7/2021
Factorial Energy announces partnerships with Stellantis, Mercedes-Benz for solid-state battery development

Factorial Energy has announced that it will be partnering with two new automotive brands for the development of solid-state batteries. The first of which is Stellantis who recently signed a joint development agreement with Factorial with the former also making a strategic investment in the latter. During its EV Day Presentation this past July, Stellantis […]

by Stefan Ogbac
11/30/2021
Stellantis partners with Vulcan Energy Resources for lithium supply

Stellantis has announced that it has partnered with Vulcan Energy Resources for the supply of battery-grade lithium hydroxide in Europe. These will be used in electrified vehicles made by the brands under the Stellantis umbrella. The five-year agreement will commence with the first shipments starting in 2026. The agreement with Vulcan is part of Stellantis’ […]

by Stefan Ogbac
11/30/2021