“What’s New” Chrysler Group LLC Livestream Event


Want to get the inside scoop about what’s going on under the hood at Chrysler? Tune in to the “What’s New” press conference for live, exclusive access  as the Chrysler Group LLC top executives share the newest vehicles from the 2014 Dodge Durango to the Grand Cherokee Eco-Diesel Engine.


For the full schedule of the “What’s New” Livestream, see below:


Ram Media Event:
10:00am: Reid Bigland, Bob Hegbloom and Kevin Metz, Senior Manager – Heavy Duty Pickup Engineering and Ram firsts.
11:00am: Head of FIAT Brand for North America Jason Stoicevich – FIAT 500L and the FIAT 500e
12:00pm: CEO Tim Kuniskis and Director of Dodge Brand Richard Cox – 2014 Dodge Durango
12:30pm: Director of Ram Trucks Bob Hegbloom -Ram firsts.
1:00pm: Head of Jeep Brand Product Marketing Jim Morrison – Jeep Cherokee, the Grand Cherokee Eco-Diesel Engine, 6 speed transmissions in the Compass and Patriot



  • dilon
    Posted June 28, 2013 at 12:45 pm | Permalink

    why did jeep make their grand cherokee so crv-ish and put an ecodiesel in it? stop, “streamlining” the body, and put a cummins in it! just my 2 cents. it would sell much better and with a better looking, and better performancing product. I mean isn’t that what a jeep is for? i don’t wanna drive my jeep on road, it’s a jeep! they make a liberty and other models for that. can’t they make something that wouldn’t get stuck in my front yard, other than just a wrangler?

    • #duh
      Posted September 14, 2013 at 10:24 am | Permalink

      Ummm they sell a ton of Grand Cherokees, they can barely keep them in stock. And just because it is sexy, doesn’t mean it’s not Jeep capable. And it’s hard to take someone seriously that uses the word performancing…. Wtf?

  • 'Cuda
    Posted June 28, 2013 at 1:13 pm | Permalink

    IsThe ‘Cuda ComingIn 2015 Or What??

  • Kevin
    Posted June 28, 2013 at 6:37 pm | Permalink

    Please bring back the Dodge Nitro in a V8. I own a 2011 nitro and its great just could be even better. A real head turner and people always ask me about it.

  • Darren
    Posted July 10, 2013 at 8:48 pm | Permalink

    We don’t need a Cuda. The Challenger is large and intimidating and demands respect. Plus it’s the quickest naturally aspirated muscle car on the market. And muscle cars are supposed to be N/A

  • mboalch
    Posted July 12, 2013 at 4:10 pm | Permalink

    Dont get me wrong I love my 2006 durango however only after 3 years the chrome grill started to bubble and I find this is common with alot of their chrome over plastic trim pieces and the cost to replace is outragious, Come on Dodge step up to the plate and warrenty this defect. After a lifetime dodge owner with 20 plus cars bought, a minimmal problem to you could sway me to purchase another brand after all these years. I truly hope someone high in the corporate ladder gets this message.

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