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There's no disputing it -- Ralph Gilles is one of the coolest guys in the auto industry. But when does Fiat Chrysler Auto-mobiles' global head of design achieve peak cool?
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Is Fiat Chrysler thinking about adding the Fiat Toro -- a small lifestyle pickup on sale in Latin America -- to its U.S. Fiat lineup? The company is sending mixed signals.
Fiat Chrysler's global head of design says that true vehicle autonomy will not stop at the four corners of the vehicle, but will require technology developments in infrastructure as well.
Ralph Gilles, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles global design chief, has an urgent message for suppliers: The cost of designing and manufacturing vehicles is spiraling out of control.
When video gamers are zooming along in the SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo virtual concept car this summer, they'll get a peek at the imaginations lurking within Fiat Chrysler's designers.
Ralph Gilles, longtime chief designer for Fiat Chrysler in the United States, has been appointed head of design for the automaker’s global parent.
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