Famous Movies with Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Rams!

Have you ever watched a movie and shouted, “That’s my car!” Well, if you haven’t, maybe you should check out some famous movies that feature Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram vehicles!

Driving Miss Daisy – What does Miss Daisy actually drive in this movie when she’s not getting driven? A 1947 Chrysler Royal!

Rush – This movie will give you undercover cops and awesome cars! The 1968 Dodge Charger is featured heavily in this film, driven by main actor Jason Patrick.

Jurassic Park & Jurassic World – Jeeps everywhere! Jurassic Park features Jeep Wranglers and Jeep Cherokees, and the newest movie in the franchise, Jurassic World, even references the original Jeep Wranglers from the first movie!

Twister – There are tons of Chrysler vehicles featured in Twister, but the 1995 Dodge Ram is especially featured when it incurs major damage in one scene but then is able to drive the tornado chasers away in the next scene!

Can’t Buy Me Love – Patrick Dempsey gets behind the wheel of a Chrysler 300 wagon in this classic film, straight outta 1968!

So what are you favorite movies featuring your favorite cars? Keep your eyes peeled for the upcoming Fast and Furious 8 movie, which will feature an awesome Dodge Ice Charger!

Fiat Chrysler Ending Car Production in U.S.

Fiat Chrysler Ending Car Production in U.S.

If you love Fiat Chrysler, then you might not love this news: Fiat Chrysler will be ending its car production in the U.S. So, what exactly does this mean for the Fiat brand?

Well, the biggest change is that Fiat Chrysler’s U.S. plants will be focusing instead on the production of Rams and Jeeps. The Chrysler 200 and the Dodge Dart will get less focus and Jeep SUVS will get more.

Don’t worry, though, it doesn’t mean you can’t have your favorite Fiat Chrysler automobiles! Production will still take place at plants in Mexico, Canada, and other countries. So, why the change? Well, America loves SUVs and trucks, and the popularity of Jeep and Ram vehicles has been ever-increasing. The choice to use Fiat Chrysler plants for Jeep and Ram production was made in order to increase the output and popularity of Jeep SUVs and Ram pickup trucks.

Basically, American production of Jeeps and Rams can offer the company more of a competitive edge than the production of Chrysler and Dodge vehicles because of the growing popularity of SUVS and trucks.

Keep in mind that if you love Chryslers, you can still get them! They just won’t be “made” in the U.S.