Category Archives: Engineering

Engineering,Jeep | May 16 2019

Truck Thursday: Engineers given a ‘unique opportunity’ to bring the all-new Jeep® Gladiator back to market

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator offers best-in-class towing and payload along with a number of unique features, such as a forward-facing camera. When Jeep® engineers were assigned the task to bring back the iconic Jeep truck, they embraced the opportunity by creating a vehicle that’s a class-leader. “What we wanted to do up-front is set a
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Dodge,Engineering | May 03 2019

Watch out for the ‘Speed Trap:’ Dodge//SRT takes on One Lap of America again, this year in Dodge Durango SRT Pursuit concept

One year ago, a Dodge//SRT -backed driving duo proved to One Lap of America competitors that the combination of power, all-wheel drive and room to stretch out in the Dodge Durango SRT is a winning formula for the weeklong endurance event. People were watching. So now, SRT vehicle performance dynamics engineer David Carr and dodgegarage.com
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Design,Engineering,Jeep | November 21 2018

Wrangler Wednesday: All-new 2018 Jeep® Wrangler ready for the holidays

This holiday season the all-new 2018 Jeep® Wrangler offers a number of features to help drivers and their passengers head over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house with ease, venture with confidence to find the family “Tannenbaum” and transport the perfect gifts home safely. Powering the Wrangler to these holiday destinations are
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Design,Engineering,Jeep | November 14 2018

Wrangler Wednesday: The all-new 2018 Jeep® Wrangler features brighter headlamps, “Star Wars” inspiration

The all-new 2018 Jeep® Wrangler offers brighter headlamps to illuminate the road and trails as the calendar moves deeper into autumn and the amount of daylight diminishes. While the traditional round Wrangler headlamps remain, and are set on the edges of the iconic Jeep seven-slot grille, the Jeep brand has made the headlamps brighter in
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Design,Engineering,Safety,Technology | November 13 2018

FCA US Safety Feature Helps to Reduce Repair Costs, Enhances Vehicle Performance, Saves Face

FCA US has put the feature that helps keep you out of harm’s way, out of harm’s way. A typical Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) system comprises a forward-facing radar mounted in the lower grille and a camera positioned behind the rearview mirror. These components combine to warn of certain frontal collisions that may be imminent
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