Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by Dave Z, May 6, 2016.
Yeah, I must agree with you. There are some really fishy things going on right now.
There is a particular stench in the air isn't there....
Just a question.
Where does he, Ercole, or anyone else for that matter take "Italian"credit for the Hellcat, other than Marchionne allowing it to happen?
If i recall correctly in an earlier post he even mentioned Marchionne being extremey impressed with one of the people responsible for the Hellcat.
The comment made was quite clear.
Well, if Marchionne doesn't deserve credit for the Hellcat, it must go to Nardelli, and he's Italian too. Seriously, who is saying Italians are taking credit for the Hellcat.
I'm sure it was but can you point me to the comment you are referring to.
It was quoted and you mentioned it directly. I'm not interested in arguing with you about it.
Been a MOPAR person since 64, taes too long for me to list my vehicles. Being in the northeast I would like a LARGE FWD Chrysler something sedan. Drove FWD for 37 years and I am sure my Challenger is my last rwd vehicle. My wife wants AWD sedan, present FCA vehicles are expensive. Not sure where this will take us.
Only time will tell.
Sounds like the used market.
I don't know of any new AWD sedan that is not expensive!
Yes ther is but don't want to plug them. Right now Jeep has some resonable 4x4s but its not me at his time.
Keep keep up the positive vibes, I can see what you guys have been talking about.
Oh20 has been dead on for the 5+ years now that I been lurking.
Excited for the new engines, fca has sweet infotainment, transmissions and soon to be top to bottom engine line up.
They cancelled the CUV so they could focus on a Hellcat Pacifica!!!!
how about crediting the people that conceived and engineered the project and the ME team that launched it?
sometimes a project is far enough along that it makes more sense to complete it and bring it to market than mothball it
No further comment.
Tongue-in-cheek, I know, but except for its size, it wouldn't be a bad thing if there was an FCA take on Renault's F1 Espace.
At least not in my eyes < Clown Face icon goes here >
well I suppose it wont get me in trouble with my previous employer now to state I was involved in the engineering and launch of that particular project and I was there BEFORE SM so still trying to figure out how the Fiat people have anything to do with it?
Sure SM and others green lit the program for release eventually, it could have come to market sooner to be honest
Exactly, the focus should be on the guy who conceived this outrageous idea and all the people behind it. I would love to find a picture of the whole team.