Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by Mr.Source, Sep 22, 2014.
Sorry. Miss a day, miss a lot.
So far Monday morning is pretty boring. I'll get back to my email.
Boring for FCA perhaps. That new Ford GT is pretty stunning. Hoping for more excitement from Ram tomorrow.
Don't get me wrong I love my Mopars, but that Ford GT stole the show for me. Everything else to come will be anti-climatic, damned Ford should have held off with showing that til later.
And the new Ford GT might be the very reason why the ACR didnt make its debut....
Not for fear or anything silly, but they dont want to split any attention away from the ACR when they bring it out. Same methodology that they used on the Hellcats.
Sadly, the title of this thread is not equal to the reality of NAIAS 2015 it seems.
Not surprising. A lot can happen - or change - in 4 months.
As Mr Sheaves is wont to say, "It aint final until its FINAL." lol.
I thought it was "It's not official until it's official."
Atleast Ford gave peoples hearts up for a 700+hp mustang they thought they would produce
Like Strat said, that too. LOL.
And yes, I believe you are correct.
Take a good look at the Raptor folks...
Ram's shot will be heard tomorrow...
Ford has done a heck of a job, the GT, the Raptor and the GT350R. They have owned the show so far.
Hoping to see the good stuff from Ma Mopar soon.
"NAIAS 2015 will again be big for Chrysler"?
So far Mr. Source has fell completely flat in this one. Rebel is no where near a Raptor fighter and we've gotten a few Renegade color changes.
NAIAS hasn't been big for Chrysler in some time. Big for Ford this year, that's for sure.
I like the Ram Rebel but it's just too darned big to be a truck that I'd buy so there's nothing for me of interest there this year.
Pretty much a let down. Ford owns Detroit. Maybe we'll see something in Chicago or New York.
As mentioned before, the plans changed since Mr. Source started the thread...
One thing that we have heard for a while now is wait till you see what's coming next year at the show....... Well what are we supposed to be waiting for? They can't even show the supposedly up and coming new Alfa sedan or the new minivan.
Woop dee doo....as in ho hum....