So it’s midweek again, and we’re all ready for a warmup. So put another Russian ice dancing judge on the fire and cuddle up to the day’s top tech news, first the local and then the global…
“Some redesigns and new models replace a onetime star that lingered well past its freshness date, while others are the successor to a car that was doomed from the get-go.”
The 2013 model year is shaping up to be a pivotal moment for the automotive industry, with over 30 all-new vehicles arriving in showrooms.
Auto pundits have been closely watching the progress of the Dart, which leverages the DNA of Alfa Romeo and infuses it with Dodge design.
The compact sedan made at the Belvidere assembly plant has received good reviews from automotive analysts so far and will now be judged by consumers.
Chrysler Group’s Mopar Division said Monday that it will be the first in the industry to remove charging cords in its vehicles by offering in-vehicle wireless charging.
Chrysler is counting on the Dart to help it sell more small cars and continue its recent revival.