The Dodge brothers started the Dodge Brothers Company in 1900 to supply parts to Detroit’s automakers. It wasn’t until 1915 that the company began making its own cars. After the brothers died in 1920, the company changed hands before ending up as part of Chrysler Corporation in 1928.
Who is Dodge named after?
Fiat Chrysler's Dodge brand is named after the brothers who founded the initial Dodge Brothers Company, Horace Elgine Dodge and John Francis Dodge.
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