Stellantis Unveils STLA Large Platform for D- and E-Segment BEVs

January 25th, 2024 by

In 2022, Stellantis announced the manufacturing facility that would be in charge of producing its new STLA platform series. With a large goal of introducing 75 new battery-electric vehicles by 2030, according to the auto group’s Dare Forward 2030 business strategy, Stellantis also needs to start building new BEV platforms to support the various vehicle…

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Dodge Announces “Last Call” for V8 Dodge Durango Models

January 10th, 2024 by

In 2022, Dodge ended the final generation of the Dodge Challenger and Charger models as all-gasoline variants. Called the “Last Call” Dodge Challenger and Charger models, there were seven in total, ending with the resurrection of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon (170). The automaker then launched the “Last Call” for HEMI-powered Dodge Challenger and Charger…

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Final Dodge Challenger Rolls of the Line and Gives Rise to the Dodge Hornet

December 29th, 2023 by

The Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger are dead…well, not completely. What we know as the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger muscle cars is dead. No longer gasoline-powered vehicles, Dodge is making way for eMuscle. That’s what the “Last Call” Dodge models were all about. On December 22, 2023, the very last Dodge Challenger has rolled…

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2023 Wrap-Up of All the Highlights for Stellantis

December 27th, 2023 by

It’s been a wild year for Stellantis. 2023 was the year the automotive group made many investments to grow the company and also the year two major brands discontinued a legendary model lineup. Several brands also continued to win awards throughout the year, and of course, we have an eye on a few at Aventura…

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