The Chrysler-Fiat boss likes to drive a blacked-out Challenger SRT8 on the weekends.
Sergio Marchionne is possibly one of the powerful people in the automotive industry. During the work week, the chief executive of both Fiat SpA and the Chrysler Group is known to be driven around in a Maserati Quattroporte, but what does he drive when he wants to have some fun on the weekend? Among the performance cars built by his empire are the new Viper and a variety of Ferraris, but the Canadian-Italian executive apparently prefers something a little more retro to put a smile on his face.
SRT head honcho Ralph Gilles recently Tweeted that his boss drives a black Challenger SRT8. Which may not be one of the most politically correct cars he could drive, but given the endless hours he must put in on both sides of ther Atlantic, we figure he deserves to enjoy the 6.4-liter V8 with all its 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. So CarBuzz faithful, if you could drive car under the Fiat/Chrysler umbrella, which would it be?