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  1. da autoblog.it http://www.autoblog.it/post/853508/dr4-foto-spia-di-un-lettore
  2. Cochespias La C5 si aggiorna pesantemente. Non è dato sapere se arriverà anche in Europa.
  3. FCA US Expands Jeep® Product Lineup, Adding Jeep Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer, and a Jeep Pickup Truck; Makes Further Commitment to U.S. Manufacturing With $1 Billion in New Investment and 2,000 New Jobs Announcement is a continuation of the efforts already underway to increase production capacity in the U.S. on trucks and SUVs to match demand Confirms addition of new models to award-winning Jeep® lineup – a Jeep pickup truck and the storied Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer Investment includes retooling and modernization at Warren, Michigan, and Toledo, Ohio, plants; creates additional 2,000 American jobs Total U.S. committed investment grows to more than $9.6 billion since 2009, with 25,000 jobs created to date Production moves solidify U.S. as the global manufacturing hub for the flagship Jeep products January 8, 2017 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - FCA US today confirmed the next phase of its industrialization plan by announcing a total $1 billion investment in plants in Michigan and Ohio, and the addition of 2,000 new American jobs. Consistent and combined with previously announced investments, FCA US is further demonstrating its commitment to strengthening its U.S. manufacturing base, and aligning U.S. capacity to extend the Jeep® product lineup. In total, FCA US has committed investments of more than $9.6 billion in its U.S. manufacturing facilities and created 25,000 new jobs to date since 2009. Today’s announcement is the second phase of an industrialization plan announced in January 2016. The plan called for the realignment of the Company’s U.S. manufacturing operations to fully utilize available capacity to respond to a shift in market demand for trucks and SUVs, and to further expand the Jeep and Ram brands. With the $1 billion investment, FCA US will retool and modernize the Warren Truck Assembly Plant(Michigan) to produce the all-new Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer, and the south plant of the Toledo Assembly Complex (Ohio) to build an all-new Jeep pickup truck. These actions are planned to be completed by 2020. More than 2,000 jobs also will be added to support production of these models. The added benefit of the investment in Warren is that it will enable the plant to produce the Ram heavy duty truck, which is currently produced in Mexico. “The conversion of our industrial footprint completes this stage of our transformation as we respond to the shift in consumer tastes to trucks and SUVs, and as we continue to reinforce the U.S. as a global manufacturing hub for those vehicles at the heart of the SUV and truck market,” said Sergio Marchionne, Chief Executive Officer of FCA N.V. “These moves, which have been under discussion with Dennis Williams and the rest of the UAW leadership for some time, expand our capacity in these key segments, enabling us to meet growing demand here in the U.S., but more importantly to increase exports of our mid-size and larger vehicles to international markets. “The expansion of our Jeep lineup has been and continues to be the key pillar of our strategy. Our commitment to internationalize the Jeep brand is unwavering, and with these last moves, we will finally have the capacity to successfully penetrate markets other than the U.S. which have historically been denied product due to capacity constraints. In addition, these all-new products will reach new consumers, as well as those that have been part of the Jeep tradition,” said Marchionne. The actions announced today are subject to the negotiation and final approval of incentives by state and local entities. Previously Announced Actions In July 2016, the Company made two announcements involving production shifts at three plants to gain additional capacity for the Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Cherokee and Ram Light Duty Truck. The first announcement confirmed a more than $1 billion investment and the addition of 1,000 jobs at its Illinois and Ohio plants. The Company will invest $350 million in the Belvidere Assembly Plant(Illinois) to produce the Jeep Cherokee, which will move from its current production location in Toledo, Ohio, in 2017. Approximately 300 new jobs would be created. Following the move of Cherokee to Belvidere, the Company will invest $700 million in the Toledo Assembly Complex (Ohio) to retool the North plant to produce the next generation Jeep Wrangler. Approximately 700 new jobs will be added. In the second announcement, FCA US announced that it will invest nearly $1.5 billion in its Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (Michigan) to retool it to build the next generation Ram 1500. In September, the Company committed to adding 700 new jobs to support production. JL Wrangler Forums has just confirmed the 2019 JT Wrangler pickup truck launch date from a very recent supplier internal document that indicates production of the new truck will begin in October 2018! As noted in our Toledo plant schedule the 2019 JT will be built at Toledo Supplier Park (Toledo South) after the plant shuts down for retooling starting on March 31, 2018. https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/2019-jt-wrangler-pickup-truck-production-date-verified/
  4. iniziano a girare i primi prototipi definitivi della nuova Classe A. altre foto da qui http://www.motor.es/noticias/mercedes-clase-a-2018-201628256.html
  5. Dopo il rebadge fallito del Caddy per la Roomster II, Skoda prova a rimarchiare il Tiguan per l'erede dello Yeti. Motor.es
  6. Autoevolution Iniziano i test per la futura Evoque, in particolar modo per la sua versione ibrida.
  7. WS Su vari siti lo danno per il mulo del futuro suv Seat, le cui dimensioni, a occhio, saranno simili a quelle di 500X, Renegade & co.
  8. Autoblog Prime spy di quello che potrebbe essere il mulo della rinnovata F12.
  9. Quei pagliacci di Mitsubishi hanno tirato un nuovo SUV dal loro cappello magico: trattasi un un SUV coupé da posizionare tra ASX ed Outlander. WCF Sempre che veda la luce, s'intende.
  10. In risposta a chi dice che ampliando l'offerta di una Casa o di un Gruppo, i modelli si "cannibalizzano" tra loro, ecco il RR Sport "Coupé" Perché, in realtà: "più scelta offro io, meno possibilità avete voi" http://www.motor1.com/news/63601/range-rover-sport-coupe-spied-for-the-first-time/
  11. Queste sono le prime foto spia del muletto definitivo di quella che dovrebbe chiamarsi Range Rover Velar, una segmento D che dovrebbe piazzarsi nella gamma tra Evoque e Sport e che, stando ai rumors, dovrebbe essere basata sulla Jaguar F-Pace.
  12. Giulia Coupè .. Alfa Romeo è pronta a portare in occasione del Salone dell’Auto di Ginevra la Giulia Coupè Se la “bomba” fosse confermata sarebbe annullata la pista Giulia Sportwagon tanto attesa dagli alfisti sbagliato secondo me comunque anche fosse vero
  13. Direttamente dal topic dello Stelvio: Quell'auto camuffata che si vede a sinistra è quasi certamente la GT facelift, di cui abbiamo ampiamente parlato nel topic delle future Maserati. Rammento che sono attesi sostanziosi miglioramenti all'interno e qualche ritocco ai paraurti.
  14. Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Visto che non c'è già, ho creato un thread per la Demon, ulteriore evoluzione della Challenger Hellcat che verrà presentata al New York Auto Show in aprile. La Demon sarà improntata alle gare di accelerazione e sarà più leggera e potente della normale Hellcat. Inoltre: -Rimarrà a due ruote motrici, nonostante il recente debutto della Challenger GT. -Avrà pneumatici posteriori molto più larghi, mentre davanti potrebbero essere offerte apposite gomme strette da drag strip. -Si presume che sia solamente a due posti, con la possibilità di rimuovere il sedile del passeggero. -Avrà una grande presa d'aria sul cofano, per alimentare il compressore volumetrico. Ogni settimana, da qui al lancio, uscirà un nuovo video teaser. Un riassunto di quelli pubblicati finora: 1. Cage 2. Reduction 3. Body 4. Crate 5. Forced Induction
  15. Mercedes Is Building A Mid-Sized Luxury Pickup, World Has Gone Mad Pensavo fosse il solito articolo scritto in pieno stile Jalopnik - ossia stile c@zzone - e invece ?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?
  16. Motor.es Al via i test per la seconda generazione della QX50.
  17. Scende in strada il facelift, questa volta un po' più pesante, della Ghibli.
  18. Autoevolution Sotto le mentite spoglie di una GLE Coupè si cela la meccanica del nuovo suv elettrico di Mercedes, presentato sotto forma di concept qualche mese fa.