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Fiat SpA said CEO Sergio Marchionne earned $5 million in cash compensation in 2013 -- about $1.2 million less than he made in 2012.
It's a sight almost too painful for sports car aficionados to view: a large backhoe crashing down on a perfectly good classic Dodge Viper and crushing the life out of it.
Chrysler auto worker Keith Sinclair, left, works on assembling the engine for the new 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan's and Chrysler Town & Country minivans at the Windsor Assembly Plant in Windsor, Ontario January 18, 2011.
Automotive professors Tom Witt, left, and Norm Chapman supervise as advanced student Mike Murphy prepares to fire up the one-of-a-kind, $250,000 Dodge Viper SRT in the automotive shop at South Puget Sound Community College in Tumwater, Wash., on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
Chrysler Group's aborted bid for government subsidies for a multibillion-dollar upgrade at its Windsor and Brampton plants is an "urgent call for action" for a lobbying campaign that promotes the benefits of Canada's auto sector, an industry conference heard Friday.
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March 7, 2014: Chrysler Group LLC today awarded eight talented young artists for their winning sketches in this year's "Autorama High School Design Competition" at an award presentation during the Meguiar's 62nd Detroit Autorama hot rod show.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne was paid $307,989 in total compensation from Chrysler in 2013, down from $1.2 million in 2012, as top executives at Chrysler saw their pay fall last year.
The tiny Jeep Renegade is far more than a domesticated line extension of a car brand that built its reputation on off-road ruggedness.
Sergio Marchionne, Chrysler's CEO, speaks at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto , on Thursday February 13 , 2014.
We're not talking about poisonous snakes, here. We're talking about the Dodge Viper, an American sportscar known best for its extremely high performance.
Chrysler Group LLC defended its decision to order a few dozen older Dodge Viper sportscars donated to trade schools to be crushed, saying it was part of the original agreement.
After weeks of negotiations between Chrysler Group and the Canadian government, the automaker recently announced it will keep building minivans in the country, despite previous threats it would move production elsewhere.