Both the Dodge and Ram brands are now a part of the global company Stellantis as a result of a number of business mergers.

Chrysler Automotive was almost bankrupt as a result of the 2009 financial crisis. 

The business decided to combine with Fiat automobile in order to create a vehicle firm that was big enough to compete with Ford and Chevy.

Thus, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles was created (FCA). The new business combined Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Maserati, and Ferrari with Dodge, Chrysler, and their Jeep Brand.

This new business recognised that Dodge Ram trucks were distinct from Dodge's muscle cars and SUVs and served a distinct market. 

For the 2010 model year, FCA decided to break Dodge and Ram into independent brands that would collaborate on technology.

Peugeot PSA Group and FCA merged in 2021. Stellantis, the resultant business, is currently the sixth-largest automaker in the world. 

Even bigger than Ford, it. There are 15 distinct brands in Stellantis. Within Stellantis, Dodge and Ram are evolving as distinct brands.

Who builds Ram trucks? The 2022 Ram 1500 pickup is still produced in Michigan using primarily US and Canadian parts, despite Ram Trucks being a division of the global Stellantis firm.

Some Ram 1500 Classic pickup vehicles are made in Mexico, while others are made in Michigan.

After Fiat and Chrysler merged, FCA retained a headquarters in Michigan.

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