Stellantis has detailed the vehicles and concepts it will showcase at this year’s LA Auto Show, which opens to the public on November 18 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. On display will be a variety of vehicles, including several debuts, spanning Stellantis’ brand portfolio – such as Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Fiat, Ram Truck, and Wagoneer.
Making its LA Auto Show debut is the Alfa Romeo Tonale, the brand’s first C-SUV. The new vehicle is set to debut in spring 2023 and will offer a choice between two powertrains, including a plug-in hybrid with over 30 miles of all-electric range and a maximum power output of 285 hp (212 kW).
Chrysler is set to announce a new version of the Pacifica, and will bring it to the LA show. For Dodge, the show will mark the debut of three new vehicles – its Charger Daytona SRT concept, the ‘Last Call’ special-edition 2023 Charger King Daytona, and the all-new 2023 Dodge Hornet. The brand’s new concept car works to preview nine possible powertrain outputs.
On the show floor, Jeep will demonstrate its commitment to electrification by presenting its electrified 4xe lineup of vehicles – including the Jeep Wrangler 4xe, the Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe and the 30th Anniversary Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe.
Wagoneer will showcase the new 2023 Wagoneer L Carbide and Grand Wagoneer Obsidian models, as well as its full range of Hurricane twin-turbo engines. Ram Trucks will showcase the new 2023 Ram Heavy Duty ahead of the truck beginning sales in Q4 2022.
In addition to showcasing these vehicles, Stellantis is offering dedicated consumer experiences through the Jeep and Ram Truck brands. Camp Jeep encompasses a 28,000-square-foot interactive zone where attendees can have a ride in the Wrangler 4xe and Grand Cherokee 4xe PHEVs. Designed to demonstrate the off-roading capabilities of the plug-in hybrids, each ride lasts for approximately five minutes.
A Ram Truck Territory test track hosted at the event works similarly, demonstrating the vocational and off-roading capabilities of its 1500, 2500, and 3500 trucks through free rides. Technology will be displayed as the track’s drivers highlight the 360-degree camera technology, 12.1-inch touchscreen and acoustic NVH features.