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• NACS and CCS included in stalls
• 100% powered by renewable energy (we'll see)
• First chargers deployed next summer, including in NEVI spots
Thoughts? This likely squanders Ram REV hitting good sales compared to its rivals, and the Dodge may not even get a fair chance to shake the market up if it's connected to multiple below average charging networks...
If Fiat becomes apart of more CDJR showrooms then yes, might work the second time around for the 500X/600. Too bad the front end is sorta crap.
Curious about Alfa Romeo 'Kid' (Breenero) more now since they're actually giving these distinct designs and not pulling a Tonale/Hornet
Wasn't this because of production issues? But the near 1,000 sold all in all still looks upsetting. I bet the Bolt (both of them) sales will skyrocket though.
Barely any automaker in the US wants to a do a B segment or lower battery electric for us and it's just disappointing.
Whatever becomes of it might be revealed in 2024 but it won't come to market until 2025 so for sure not counted.
Just the 500e for probably the next few years, and that's if they change their US plans by then.
For a refresher, instead of competing in the mainstream or lower, they're kinda...
This seems about correct. They relayed this information last sales report but it wasn't really touched on anywhere.
There's just gonna be a Charger for now, don't expect the next thing from Dodge to be revealed until maybe a year after that.
He's still a board member. He just now has a position where work is less overbearing and can potentially keep tabs on projects like future performance cars. Not retired at all.
There was a presentation last month where they made it clear they're still using the menu approach for different future...
The bZ4x wouldn't be hard to beat in general. For the range and charge times it allows, the car honestly is better off with at least a upper 30's price range. No, it's not MX-30 levels of bad (that car needs to be at Bolt prices or less for what it gives), but for not too much less than what the...
Gave it another whirl with a separate DS model for a hot hatch.
Because hot hatch was a keyword, I suppose the A.I. figured I wanted performance colors instead of the gold that the DS had, ended up with a lot of dark red cars.
Messing around more with A.I.
A stupid what if AU where Dodge rebadged a DS 3 for the NA market.
Also, apologies for the horrendous editing of these mock-ups into two collages. Each one in the second pile up had more influence from the DS image used up.
It was not that long ago when Feuell said that sedans were only being considered but not too likely since Dodge still wanted their foot in that segment. Kinda surprised she seemingly changed her tone, this meeting indicating heavily that such car is coming.
For other future product, an electric...
Lancia will definitely stand out well enough, I feel.
Also, still can't believe the one brand that is closest to their coffin has gotten a more fleshed out product plan than Chrysler, as we don't even know what's actually showing up in 2025 since they have said it won't be a production Airflow...
Hopefully Chryslers next car shows up really soon (same can be said for Dodge...the production model I mean), but honestly a good initiative for what they're displaying tomorrow.
I wonder if tomorrow will also be confirmed specs for the Jeep EVs but doesn't seem like it.