FCA patented name for new SUVJuly 16, 2020
The American portal Motor1 writes about it.
FCA has applied for a patent for a new name for the Carbide SUV, according to published data. All documents found by journalists say one thing: the new name will be used for a light car. Unfortunately, there was no more information about the new product in this data.
Since the substance carbide is a fairly strong compound of metal and carbon, which is used to coat some components of something to increase their durability, it is assumed that the trade name Carbide will be used for the “evil” off-road vehicle.
Unfortunately, in the model range of manufacturers belonging to the FCA concern, there are quite a few cars that fit the definition of “durable”. Journalists speculate that the Carbide attachment will be used for the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 concept.
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