First Shift: Legal threat to Uber robot-car ventureMarch 31
Fiat Chrysler names operating chiefs for China, Asia PacificJan. 11
A sleek new Wrangler?Aug. 8, 2016
Next-gen Wrangler to keep CJ traditionJuly 9, 2016
Jeep chief: Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer to become Jeep's premium SUVsJuly 4, 2016
Jeep Compass, Patriot replacement due early next yearJune 23, 2016
The single vehicle replacing the Jeep Compass and Patriot will debut in late September in Brazil and will retain one of the two names, Jeep brand head Mike Manley said Thursday. The vehicle, known internally as the C-SUV, is not delayed and will be shown in the U.S. at the L.A. Auto Show in November. It will go sale in the U.S. in early 2017. Jeep has also set a hard date for the introduction of a long-awaited Wrangler-based pickup: Early 2018.
Jeep's push to produce in China is paying offMay 2, 2016
First Shift: Brazil to get 1st peek at new JeepApril 11, 2016
Manley: Jeep satellite stores make senseJan. 18, 2016
Jeep brand boss Mike Manley says allowing Fiat Chrysler dealers to open Jeep satellite centers in the U.S. "makes absolute sense" given the brand's rapid sales growth and its plan to add a $100,000-plus luxury model in the near future.
Hellcat-powered Grand Cherokee on the wayJan. 18, 2016
FCA shuffle could cut squabbles, find successorOct. 12, 2015
A shuffling of top executives last week leaves Fiat Chrysler with one champion for cars in the U.S. and another for pickups, crossovers and SUVs -- instead of multiple brands fighting for attention and limited marketing resources.
Fiat Chrysler management shuffle boosts Kuniskis, ManleyOct. 5, 2015
Fiat Chrysler has shuffled its North American upper management, giving more responsibility and brands to Dodge boss Tim Kuniskis and Jeep head Mike Manley. North American sales chief Reid Bigland also gets a larger role, taking over fleet sales.