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Peugeot e-Expert Hydrogen

2022 A light electric van
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Peugeot 308 PHEV

2022 A compact plug-in hybrid hatchback/wagon
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Alfa Romeo Tonale

2022 A compact crossover SUV
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Alfa Romeo Tonale PHEV

2022 A compact plug-in hybrid crossover SUV
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Citroen C5 X

2022 A mid-size plug-in hybrid crossover
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 News
Sep 16, 2022

On September 15 on the floor of the Detroit Auto Show, Ram CEO Mike Koval Jr. said he is contemplating showing a midsize truck concept at the brand’s dealer meeting in March 2023, saying ” I was to show them this concept and see what they say, and we'll go from there."
   • While the Dodge Dakota mid-size pickup was discontinued in 2011, the company’s entry-level pickup is the previous-generation Ram 1500 Classic it builds at Warren Truck Assembly Plant.
   • Ram will definitely show a concept version of its full-size all-electric 1500 pickup at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, ahead of a production scheduled for 2024.
   • Ram’s first all-electric vehicle will be the ProMaster commercial van coming in 2023, with Amazon its first customer.
   • By 2025, Ram will have electrified offerings in a majority of its segments and in all segments by 2030.
   • The company is seeking to increase production of the larger ProMaster at Saltillo Truck Assembly Plant in Mexico in addition to examining the possibility of importing them from Italy or Poland.
   • Ram will have an announcement regarding heavy-duty trucks at the Texas State Fair, which opens at the end of September.
   • The company has also recently said it plans to produce a compact Ram 1200 truck at a plant in Brazil for South America.

(Detroit News article on September 15, 2022)

Sep 16, 2022

Citroën recently presented the new C3, which is produced in Porto Real, Brazil and will be marketed throughout the region as the first vehicle of the so-called C-Cube Project.
The second model, a B-segment seven-seat SUV, has recently been seen testing in India next to the new C3, currently produced at the Thiruvallur plant.
Somewhat longer than the C3, the new SUV will be manufactured at the Porto Real plant, alongside the C3 and a future compact sedan.
Based on the Stellantis Group's CMP platform, the new SUV model appears to maintain the 2.54-meter wheelbase of the C3, and exceed 4 meters in length.
While the company has made no announcements about the new SUV, it is speculated that the name C3 Plus will be used in India when it launches early in 2023, and C3 Aircross in South America when it launches in the second half of 2023.
The SUV is expected to maintain the three-cylinder Puretech 1.2-liter and EC5 1.6-liter engines from the new C3.
(multiple sources on September 12, 2022)

Sep 15, 2022

On September 13, the Chrysler brand presented the 300C, a variant of its 300 sedan, featuring a 485 hp 6.4-liter Hemi engine that be produced in a limited run prior to the model’s end of production.
The 300 sedan goes out of production after the 2023 model year along with the current generation of the Dodge Challenger and Charger, which are all currently being built at the Brampton Assembly Plant in Canada.
With only 2,000 units offered for the U.S. and another 200 for Canada, the 300C will be available in Gloss Black, Velvet Red and Bright White, and will feature a new 300C logo.
"The Chrysler 300 changed the automotive world in so many ways, and we will carry that spirit of ingenuity forward as we transform Chrysler with a fully electrified future and breakthrough customer experiences," said Chris Feuell, CEO of the Chrysler brand.

(Stellantis press release on September 13, 2022)