NAIAS Livestream and Sergio Marchionne Q&A

MarchionneDec2010 134x188 NAIAS Livestream and Sergio Marchionne Q&A   news  photoToday is a big day. We have huge news to announce from the floor of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit and, later, a live Q&A with Chairman and CEO of Chrysler Group LLC, Sergio Marchionne. The best part? You can watch it all unfold through our livestreams.

 

 

First, at 8 a.m. ET on the Jeep Facebook page, you can catch the unveiling of…well, you’ll just have to watch to find out. But trust us – you won’t want to miss the event. Then, right here on the Jeep Blog, we have a special treat.

 

As Chairman and CEO of Chrysler Group LLC, Sergio Marchionne is tasked with maintaining the company’s position among the most successful players in the automotive world. Mr. Marchionne has played this important position since joining the company in 2009.

 

Tune in to the Jeep Blog for a real-time Q&A session with Mr. Marchionne, a few Jeep brand enthusiasts, and select members of the broadcast media. The event begins at 2 p.m. ET and comes to you live from the North American International Auto Show in downtown Detroit.

 

 

Please stay tuned to the Jeep Blog for more exclusive content from NAIAS, ongoing through January 27, in Detroit, MI.

  • Timothy

    The jeep is a well known vehicle but i have noticed over the years with each make and model the a/c Evaporater gives of a wierd musty scent yet the problem is never fixed i agree with this article though

  • Jesse

    Do you plan on sharing platforms between Alfa Romeo and the Dodge brand for performance sedans intended for different demographic markets?

  • Aaron L

    When are we going to see the new 3.0L Diesel in the Wrangler?

  • Matthew

    ^^^ yeah, what Aaron L said. 2013 Diesel Wrangler for US? please :)

  • frederikos

    Is Jeep planning new models specific for european market – mid size 4×4,

  • http://www.grandcherokeediesel.com Grand Cherokee Diesel

    Soooo excited for the diesel motor in the 2014 grand cherokee. Can’t believe it’ll be here next year. If it comes close to the 28mpg number I’ll be stoked!

  • T. Neprud

    I have a 2006 Liberty. 68,000 miles. Replacing engine due to the 4th cylinder malfunction. This is such a common problem that mechanics everywhere practically know what is wrong before looking at the OBD. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT THIS. NO ENGINE SHOULD HAVE TO BE REPLACED WITH THAT FEW MILES. TIME TO RECALL AND REIMBURSE

  • T. Neprud

    I WANT REIMBURSED FOR REPLACING 2006 LIBERTY ENGINE WITH 68,000 miles. IT IS A LEMON. DO SOMETHING. FAITHFUL JEEP CUSTOMER. WILL NEVER BUY AGAIN IF I GET NO REPLY

  • T. Neprud

    HOW CAN YOU TREAT AMERICANS WHO PAID FOR YOUR BAIL OUT THIS WAY
    JEEP LIBERTY 2006 RECALL ENGINE
    JEEP LIBERTY 2006 RECALL ENGINE
    JEEP LIBERTY 2006 RECALL ENGINE
    JEEP LIBERTY 2006 RECALL ENGIE