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Jeep Owner Doesn't See Issue With Cherokee Name

Carlos Tavares, chief executive officer of Stellantis, said the company was engaged in dialogue with the Cherokee Nation over its use of the name, but didn’t “know if there is a real problem.” He went on to tell The Wall Street Journal that the auto industry’s practice of naming cars after Native American tribes was a sign of respect. “I don’t see anything that would be negative here. I think it’s just a matter of expressing our creative passion, our artistic capabilities,” Tavares said.

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