AAH #142 – Turn it up to ’12

March 23rd, 2012 at 11:28am

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It’s time for another episode of Autoline After Hours! Host John McElroy will be joined by Frank Markus of Motor Trend as well as Gary Vasilash from Automotive Design and Production magazine. Together, these three mus-car-teers will delve into the top news stories from the past week, including Chevrolet delaying the Camaro ZL1, BMW missing fuel-economy targets on its latest 3 Series and Consumer Reports panning the Fisker Karma. In addition to these hot-button topics, they’ll also cover everything Mopar. The brand’s president and CEO, Pietro Gorlier, is this week’s special guest, and he’ll be pulling the special Mopar 12 Chrysler 300 right into the AAH studio. We’ll be asking him how he’s working to build Mopar into a strong, credible brand. And we’ll want to know: how does Chrysler balance the strengths of Mopar and SRT?

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One Comment to “AAH #142 – Turn it up to ’12”

  1. Jim Adcock Says:

    It’s great to see how Chrysler Corp is being brought back to the preminence level it once commanded. I thank Sergio and his minions for the foresight to resurect this fine company. I now own a Dodge Dakota pickup, but for years wouldn’t have considered any type of Chrysler product because they were just so poorly constructed. I so very glad to see all of our “Big Three” automakers building the cars we knew they could build.