Fiat-Chrysler: What's Next

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SPECIAL COVERAGE: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles details its five-year, global strategy for Jeep, the next step for Alfa Romeo and a plan to solidify the Fiat brand’s position in Europe. It also provides a market-by-market outlook for the next five years, as well as details of its product plans and vehicle architecture and powertrain strategies.

  • Newswire

    UPDATE 2-Luxury sportscar maker Ferrari files for New York listing  

    * To sell 10 pct of Ferrari to fund FCA's ambitious growth plan * Marchionne says Ferrari should be worth "at least" $11 bln * To be floated in New York, may seek secondary listing in Milan * To include loyalty scheme that will benefit Agnelli family (Recasts, adds details) By Agnieszka Flak...More
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    Report Says FCA's Marchionne Done Courting GM  

    The New York Times quotes the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO as saying he "won't go back to get my nose bloodied a second time" after GM rejected his merger proposal in March....More
  • Newswire

    FCA to Invest $280 Million in Indian Jeep Production  

    The Italian-American automaker will expand its existing joint venture with local manufacturer Tata Motors to assemble Jeep models in second-quarter 2017....More
  • Newswire

    Peugeot Shares Up on Report of Fiat Courtship  

    Neither Peugeot not Fiat will comment on a Bloomberg News report that Fiat may target the French automaker for a merger in the wake of a rebuff by General Motors....More
  • Jun 10, 2015
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    Merger Mania, Marchionne Style 1

    The real force that will bring everyone to Marchionne’s line of thinking is mobility services....More
  • Newswire

    FCA Chairman Confirms CEO's Merger Overture to GM  

    Chairman John Elkann tells reporters CEO Sergio Marchionne's suggestion to GM CEO Mary Barra that the two automakers merge "was not the only email" on the topic....More
  • Newswire

    UPDATE 3-Opel chief rules out deal with Fiat  

    * Opel CEO sees need to improve volume, scale, utilisation * Opel to focus on efficiency sharing platforms with GM * Says eyeing high-def maps, Nokia not the only supplier (Adds comment from Opel spokesman about Peugeot cooperation) By Edward Taylor RUESSELSHEIM, Germany, May 28 (Reuters) - Opel chief Karl-Thomas Neumann ruled out a deal with Fiat but said on Thursday he sees the need to improve volume, scale and utilisation in the auto industry and at his own company....More
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