Since Fiat acquired a large stake in Chrysler, more international brands have been debuting through this partnership. New Alfa Romeo and Maserati models are going to be released in the United States soon. Fiat is looking to use its stake in Chrysler to boost global sales. Wherefore art thou Romeo Since Fiat began steadily acquiring Read on! →

Over the weekend RM auctions conducted its inaugural sale at the Villa d’Este concourse in Cernobbio, Italy. The event boasted¬† a catalog to make classic car lovers drool.¬† On sale were a veritable fleet of rare and historically significant automobiles. Many of the vehicles went for several millions of dollars. A highly anticipated event Anticipation Read on! →

Dodge put up a teaser website some time ago to give a tantalizing look at the new Dodge Dart, a compact sedan. The car, based partially on an Alfa Romeo, was recently unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show. It is the east and Giulietta is the sun As part of Fiat acquiring the bulk of Read on! →

Since the price of gas has been shooting up, car buying habits among Americans have changed accordingly. However, American consumers are not buying as many green cars such as hybrids and electric cars as they are compact and subcompact cars that sip the gas tank. Almost 60 percent of Americans don’t love the Leaf A Read on! →

Alfa Romeo is going to be making it’s full return to the United States after a long absence, though parts of one already are here as the Dodge Dart. One of the first is going to be the 4C roadster, and an Alfa Romeo 4C convertible to follow with it. Alfa Romeo 4C convertible to Read on! →

There have been rumors of an Alfa Romeo-based Dodge for some time, due to Chrysler and Alfa being owned by Fiat. The car has been confirmed as being the 2013 Dodge Dart. Illinois is wherefore Romeo art Fiat cars are available in the U.S. again. The question that has been on some people’s minds is Read on! →

Since Fiat has effectively taken over Chrysler, Fiat has returned to America and Alfa Romeo is not far behind. At least one Alfa has been spotted at a Chrysler research facility recently. Return of Alfa Romeo scheduled for 2013 Alfa Romeo cars stopped being sold in the U.S. in 1995, according to AutoGuide. A fair Read on! →