In a recent presentation of the five year plan for the company, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne noted a permanent shift in market demand for trucks and utility vehicles. As a result, the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 will be phased out, according to Autoblog. This move frees up production at the Sterling Heights, MI and Belvidere, IL, plants and will shift their focus to Ram 1500 and Jeep Cherokee production. Last December the Cherokee sold 24,049 units. The Dart and 200, which share a platform with the Cherokee, only managed 15,310 sales combined. Fiat Chrysler sees the shift to utility vehicles as the new normal for the market and wants to strike while the iron is hot.