Questions abound after the sudden passing of Sergio Marchionne.
New CEO Mike Manley delivers the bad news.
'It's a 2019 issue': He and Elkann had reportedly not agreed on an heir
New CEO Manley inherits the FCA game plan outlined last month.
Here's a brief summary of the new executives' history.
The new Wrangler will be lighter and more aerodynamic, but Mike Manley wants fans to know the iconic model will stay true to its mission.
JK Wranglers will be built for up to six months after it successor arrives in showrooms.
Jeep CEO Mike Manley would rather soft-pedal the seven-figure prognostication for now, but Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne won't have it, proclaiming in an interview that Jeep will sell one million units worldwide this year. Manley has called that come-hither number "a stretch," the history of recent gains perhaps reason for his caution: in 2011 the brand sold 568,317 units, followed by the record-breaking tally of 701,626, then another record in 2013 with 731,565 units moved.
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"Pretty soon." That's the answer Jeep president Mike Manley gave to Australian site Car Advice when asked about a decision on a Jeep pickup truck. And with the next-generartion Wrangler planned for arrival in 2015 or 2016, this is the window for getting with planners. There's certainly plenty of lust for a Jeep pickup – just look at the strong sales of Mopar's JK8 kit.
The iconic Jeep Wrangler's earliest ancestors were military vehicles that proved their offroad capabilities by shuttling our armed forces through some of the world's most difficult terrain.