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Chrysler trademarks DMW, ProMaster, more

Chrysler has taken out a number of new trademarks, according to intellectual-property correspondent “Stratuscaster.” In the “motor vehicles, their structural parts, trim and badges” category, these include:

  • Detroit Motor Works
  • Wrangler Freedom Edition
  • 8 Mile
  • Crossroad
  • Chrysler 100
Fiat Ducato

In addition, for their versions of Fiat vans, Chrysler has trademarked:

These may tempt pundits to start calling the vans “Prom-Master.” Ironically, Renault uses the “Master” name in Europe for its commercial vans that compete with the Ducato.

Finally, Chrysler filed for a trademark on Active Air, for an “engine variable air intake system.” While Chrysler has long used a variable air intake on some of its engines, the company has not publicized the system under any particular trade name.



Dodge and Mötley Crüe kick off “Chance to be Bad”

Dodge-MotleyCrue

Dodge is kicking off the “Dodge Chance to Be Bad Giveaway” to tie in with its sponsorship of rock band Mötley Crüe’s…

V6: direct injection, turbos?

According to Allpar sources, Chrysler has resumed work on its original plans for the Pentastar V6 engine series: direct injection and forced…

Trenton Engine wins the bronze

Chrysler’s Trenton Engine Complex, in a pleasant area just a half-hour southwest of Detroit,  has won bronze status for World Class Manufacturing…

The fate of Charger R/T AWD

In the past, Dodge has combined the Hemi engine with all wheel drive (AWD) for better launches and improved rain and snow…

Categories: Chrysler, Future Cars and Rumors.



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