Chrysler is the owner of FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) and is known as one of the Big Three manufacturers in the United States—the others being General Motors and Ford. Based out of Michigan, the company was founded in 1925 and have since had five different owners and respective name changes. FCA also sells vehicles worldwide under the names of Dodge and Jeep. Globally, Chrysler is known for its “near-luxury” vehicles that are competing against Cadillac and Lincoln. The Chrysler automotive company currently has two vehicles in production: the Chrysler 300 and Chrysler Pacifica.