A reliable source wrote that a Jeep Wrangler dubbed Call of Duty II is being set up; it will feature a custom AEV hood, Mopar bumpers, and the usual Pentastar V6 with a choice of automatic or manual transmission. As with the original, it will come in black with Call of Duty badging, in this case including Modern Warfare 3 references (the game is set to arrive in early November, and the Jeep will likely be timed to be available at the same time).
Features of the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty II Edition are semi-gloss black paint, 17-inch aluminum wheels, a front seat with the Call of Duty MW3 logo, hood power bulge, logo’d interior grab handle, slush mats with logo, cargo mat with logo, and Mopar black gas door, tail lamp guards, and winch-ready heavy-duty bumpers.
Months after unconfirmed reports made it to Allpar’s pages, the power of Automotive News, in the person of reporter Larry Vellequette, pried a key fact from Chrysler executives — that they cast and build “Ferrari” engines for Maserati. As our sister site pentastars.com reported, the engines are actually cast in Kokomo, and machined in the Trenton Engine plant, using a mixture of [...]
The 2017 Jeep Wrangler may leave its historic steel body-on-frame construction and Toledo plant behind, according to Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, as quoted by Automotive News’ Larry Vellequette. The current Wrangler has good mileage for rugged four wheel drive vehicles, but poor economy overall, at around 17/21 mpg (depending on model and transmission). Mr. Marchionne said the Wrangler will need to lose weight [...]
Keeping a years-long tradition, Chrysler today released a number of “teaser images” for concepts to be revealed at the SEMA aftermarket show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Each brand is covered, though Chrysler has but one car — the 200S. That can be explained by the status of the brand’s three cars: the 2015 300 has yet to be launched, and the [...]