Heritage,Jeep | July 15 2016

Paying tribute to a four-wheeled wartime ‘vet’

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75 years ago this week a boxy, lightweight, flat-fendered workhorse rolled off a Toledo, Ohio, Assembly Plant production line and onto the World War II battlefields of Europe. The very first Jeep® vehicle was a true original. It was instantly embraced by military servicemen and women as an indispensable tool in helping win the war.
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Uconnect | July 13 2016

Cyber bug bounty hunt

Uconnect Access provides entertainment, location and traffic information.

Think of it as a high tech posse of bounty hunters on the lookout for potential vehicle cybersecurity vulnerabilities — bugs in a vehicle’s system that could open it up to security breaches from nefarious individuals or groups. FCA US is now the first full-line automaker to offer bounties to researchers who discover possible bugs
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Mopar | July 05 2016

Mopar Top Eliminator: The power giant of love

JoJo Bartosh, right, accepts the Mopar Top Eliminator trophy from Mopar manager Rick Berecz at the Midwest Mopars in the Park show in Farmington, Minn.

JoJo Bartosh has been a “truck girl” since her father taught her to drive using his 1972 Dodge three-quarter ton plow truck in rural Wisconsin. “I begged him to drive it,” she says. “He taught me how to plow snow and it made me fall in love with trucks.” Bartosh, who is 40, has owned
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