Ram CEO Fred Diaz shows ’13 Ram 1500 at New York auto show.
LEIPER’S FORK, TN – The Ram brand could follow Jeep as the next Chrysler nameplate with an eye toward international growth, its top executive tells WardsAuto. While Jeep steadily reestablishes itself outside of North America with the introduction of the Grand Cherokee in some markets, Ram is considering strategies that could involve developing new commercial vehicles with parent Fiat or an entirely new light-duty model. “We’re looking at small-truck Ram ...
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