Trevor "Apollo" Creed To Retire As Chrysler Design Chief, Gilles Promoted

Chrysler's design chief, Trevor "Apollo" Creed, has announced his retirement, staggering out of the ring and sending in Chrysler 300C and 2009 Dodge Ram designer Ralph Gilles as his Rocky-like replacement. A 23-year Chrysler veteran, Creed was responsible (in a managerial role) for production knockouts like the Dodge… » 8/19/08 10:40am 8/19/08 10:40am

Chrysler Reveals Detroit Auto Show Concept Sketches Via Semi-Hilarious …


We give Chrysler PR main man Jason Vines a lot of credit — probably way too much — but it's because once in a while he's able to deliver from his ADD-adled mind some truly amazing attempts to break through the clutter and cacophony of noise that is automotive public relations. Whether it's fueling the fire of the " » 11/20/07 2:15pm 11/20/07 2:15pm

Chrysler Design Boss: Building the Dodge Demon "Foremost in My Mind"

Chrysler's design capo Trevor Creed says the time is right for the new, private-equity-owned Chrysler to build the Demon roadster. If you'll recall, the Demon debuted at the Geneva auto show earlier this year to rave reviews from the European and American motoring establishment. But some wonder if the s-m-all roadster… » 8/17/07 10:45am 8/17/07 10:45am

Yeah, The Fantastic Four's Fantasticar Has A $%&# HEMI

The summer sequel to 2005's Fantastic Four flick, titled Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, finds the quartet of super-freaks behind the wheel of a new vehicle capable of pushing the fictional limits to 550 miles per hour and 30,000 feet. Now here's the fun part. The film version of the car was created with a… » 3/26/07 9:42pm 3/26/07 9:42pm