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Fiat Chrysler to kill diesel by 2022 - Report
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27th Feb 2018
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Fiat Chrysler to kill diesel by 2022 - Report

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will end production of its diesel vehicles by 2022, telling the Financial Times a lack of demand and high costs are behind the decision. According to the report, people "familiar with the [diesel] strategy" say the company will announce decision as part of a four-year plan, set to be fully revealed on June 1.
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Scott Collie
Jeep SRT range may grow to include smaller vehicles
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8th Oct 2014
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Jeep SRT range may grow to include smaller vehicles

There’s potential for smaller Jeep models to get the sporty SRT treatment, according to the brand’s president and CEO, Mike Manley. Speaking with CarAdvice at the 2014 Paris motor show, Manley indicated there is room for more SRT variants in model lines such as the Cherokee and Renegade, as buyers of smaller SUVs are also likely to want the go-fast treatment. When asked if he sees potential for such a broadening of its performance branded models, Manley was clear.
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Matt Campbell
SRT launches its first-ever TV ad
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16th Jun 2013
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SRT launches its first-ever TV ad

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Anthony Crawford
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16th Jun 2013
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SRT launches its first-ever TV ad

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Anthony Crawford
Viper returning to Le Mans
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23rd May 2013
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Viper returning to Le Mans

The Viper will return to compete in this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans race in its first factory-backed entry since 2000.
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David Zalstein
SRT Viper GTS Launch Edition marks the return of the snake
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16th Aug 2012
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SRT Viper GTS Launch Edition marks the return of the snake

The unveiling of the limited edition 2013 SRT Viper GTS Launch Edition at this weekend's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in California symbolises one very special thing: the snake is back. Chrysler Group's all-new high-performance arm, SRT (Street and Racing Technology), is celebrating the introduction of the fifth-generation Viper with a limited run of unique launch models in the lead-up to the start of full-scale production in the final quarter of 2012.
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Tim Beissmann