The conglomerate has brought a wide selection of automotive eye candy to this year's extravaganza.
We already knew that various Stellantis brands would be present at the 2022 LA Auto Show, but now we know what each car company is bringing to the party.
We start with the two so-called "consumer experiences," including the Camp Jeep exhibit returning for the second time. This 28,000-square-foot attraction will this feature only Jeep 4xe (that's hybrid, to you and me) products. The Jeep Wrangler 4xe and Grand Cherokee 4xe will be there to take on a 23-foot high, 40-degree Jeep Mountain challenge.
There will also be a five-foot round-clearance stair climb, an extreme break-over obstacle, a 30-degree banked articulation wedge, maneuverability moguls to showcase suspension travel, and an off-camber stability side slope, all as part of one five-minute ride.
The Ram Territory Test Track is another off-road-focused drawcard that sees riders experience some non-hybrid action. The Ram 1500 Limited and Rebel will be joined by the Ram 2500 Limited and Power Wagon, as well as the Ram 3500 Limited Night Edition.
Like the Jeep course, the Ram Mountain sees the vehicle attack a 13-foot wide, 30-foot long course element while battling 30-degree approach and departure angles. While providing rides, the drivers of these trucks will showcase the technology of the pickups by highlighting the 360-degree camera, air suspension system, multifunction tailgate, and more. But enough off-roading - let's see what new products will be on display.
Test drives of the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will be on offer, while the Wagoneer Zone will showcase a McIntosh audio display. A street course through Los Angeles will allow showgoers to sample various Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram vehicles.
Bringing in some Italian flair, the new Alfa Romeo Tonale will be on show, giving attendees a preview of what to expect when the Italian automaker's first compact SUV becomes available in spring 2023. Its corporate cousin, the Dodge Hornet, will also be there, along with the Hornet GT GLH Concept with Direct Connection performance upgrades. This, promised Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis, will have a better power-to-weight ratio than the original Hornet and twice the torque of the Shelby-tuned Oni GLH-S variant.
Chrysler will announce and present a new version of the Pacifica for those with larger families.
The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept will be presented in its Stryker Red finish with the same sort of upgrades seen at SEMA, while the Dodge Charger King Daytona special edition from the Last Call series will be on display so you can ogle its Go Mango paint. Fiat will reveal something "electric and exciting," which we suspect is the new 500e.
Other attractions include a full display of Jeep's abovementioned 4xe models, the 30th Anniversary Grand Cherokee 4xe, the Grand Wagoneer Obsidian, plus the Grand Wagoneer Obsidian and the new extended wheelbase models, including the Wagoneer L Carbide. The new Hurricane twin-turbo engine range will accompany the latest luxury SUVs, while Ram will proudly present the 2023 Ram Heavy Duty Rebel.
The Los Angeles Auto Show opens to the public on Friday, November 18, concluding on the 27th.