Chrysler Group’s 2015 Portfolio Officially Announced
Today, Chrysler Group released a slew of press releases highlighting its 2015 portfolio, seemingly because the automaker was desperate to make it into the headlines. (It worked, obviously.) While it isn’t particularly newsworthy, the information on Chrysler Group’s 2015 portfolio is at least helpful and thorough. Check it out:
Jeep’s 2015 Portfolio
Chrysler Group emphasizes that Jeep is linked with the concepts of adventure, authenticity, freedom, and passion. Note that, among the familiar faces in the Jeep lineup, we also see the introduction of the 2015 Renegade:
- Grand Cherokee
- Grand Cherokee SRT
- Renegade (see, we told you)
- Wrangler Unlimited
Ram’s 2015 Portfolio
Also building out Chrysler Group’s 2015 portfolio is the Ram Truck brand, which became a stand-alone division in 2009. Notes for the 2015 lineup: Ram will be the only automaker offering 25 mpg gas engine fuel economy (best in class), a 28 mpg EcoDiesel engine (class-exclusive), 30,000 lb towing (class-leading), and an astounding 850 lb-ft of torque.
- ProMaster City
Chrysler’s 2015 Portfolio
Known as America’s import, the Chrysler brand is in a good position for 2015, with an impressive lineup. Some models, like the 200, have already arrived in dealerships, while others, like the 300 and 300c, have yet to make their debuts.
- Town & Country
Related: Chrysler 200 Redesign Looks Exciting
Dodge’s 2015 Portfolio
The Dodge brand celebrated its centennial on July 1, 2014, and continues the commemoration with a stunning lineup for 2015, now consolidated with SRT. Perhaps the most exciting editions are the Hellcat models that have been heating up all summer long.
- Challenger SRT Hellcat
- Charger SRT Hellcat
- Grand Caravan
- Journey (including Crossroad)
- Viper SRT
Related: Too Much Fun with the Dodge Dart
Fiat’s 2015 Portfolio
Now that Fiat S.p.A. and Chrysler Group have joined forces, the new Fiat models serve to bulk up Chrysler Group’s 2015 portfolio as well.
- 500 Abarth
- 500 Abarth Cabrio