Fiat Auto SpA wants to share development of all its vehicle platforms with partners. In a recent presentation to investors and analysts in Balocco, Italy, Fiat Auto CEO Giancarlo Boschetti says Fiat now has 15 platforms and would like to reduce that to nine. Three are van and minivan platforms already being developed with partner PSA Peugeot Citroen. That accord recently was extended to cover two more generations, until 2015. Three car platforms in development will share architecture ...

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