FCA was reportedly more interested in the CES show, where it revealed its Chrysler Portal BEV minivan concept
a week early. This means that FCA will be at the show, but won't hold any news conferences to reveal new products. Clearly, this decision wasn't made because there weren't any products in the pipeline. We thought we could see the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, the next-generation Jeep Wrangler or the next-generation Ram 1500, but none of those cars are ready to be shown. It's sad to see a company that's known for such zany concept cars be quiet at the biggest auto show in North America, but perhaps this decision is better than endlessly teasing a car until we no longer care about it.