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Jeep’s boss thinks it’s a great idea, also talks Grand Wagoneer, pickups.

Hybrid tech can help off-roaders.

Next year is shaping up to be a great one for cars, SUVs, and trucks. Here's what has us excited.

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At least according to these renderings. And that's okay with us.

The new generation sticks to the script for style.

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A motorized mash-up meant for mud and more.

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Another, smaller recall focuses on fleets.

There are no injuries/fatalities associated with the Jeep recall, and just one "potentially related injury" in the truck/police car recall.

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A familiar look for sure, but with modern updates.

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Oh yeah, the Aston Martin Vulcan is here, too.

We can't wait to see what Forza Horizon 3's customization community does with the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.

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Changes to begin later this year.

Sorry, but the Viper is still dead.

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The Cherokee and Renegade receive get much-needed lighting upgrades.

LED headlights are on the way for the JK as this generation of Wrangler comes to a close.

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FCA is loading up on Rams as the Chrysler 200 exits the scene.

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It looks huge, and we're totally okay with that.

Concept vehicle looks period correct with rollbar delete and olive-drab paint.

It's been 75 years since the military awarded a contract to Willys in Toledo, OH to build a vehicle for WWII. This Jeep Wrangler celebrates that milestone.

Sales are currently production-limited at around 240,000 Wranglers per year.

Jeep is investing a big money in Toledo, where it builds the hot-selling Jeep Wrangler. FCA could nearly double Wrangler production within a few years.

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Rugged concept highlights Jeep’s legendary history.

Jeep celebrates its birthday with a concept based off of its most iconic model.

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Ohio, Illinois, get influx of investment for future product.

There are a billion reasons why Jeep is FCA's best brand. Thursday the automaker backed that up with serious cash.

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It's not strictly hacking, it's recoding blank keyfobs, says FCA.

The senior manager of security architecture at FCA believes Jeeps weren't hacked per se.

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