The history of Chrysler dates all the way back to the 1920's, when Walter Chrysler launched the Chrysler 70 in 1924. The car featured a range of new features and innovations, which included four-wheel hydraulic brakes. The wheels on the vehicle had ridged rims, which helped them prevent tires from flying off in the case of a flat. The Chrysler Corporation divided their vehicle offerings by the price class and function of the vehicle. Plymouth branded vehicles were on the lower end, and the Imperial were at the top. DeSoto fit in the middle. The company had three marques by the 2000s, which included Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler. Ram was establish in 2009. Fiat gained ownership of the group during the same year and in 2014, Chrysler Group LLC was changed to FCA US LLC. If you're driving a Chrysler vehicle, be sure to invest in OEM parts and accessories for it that will fit properly. This way, you know they'll last and work alongside other components.