VIENNA – Fiat Auto SpA, nearly given up for dead two years ago, probably will have a hybrid powertrain to exhibit at the Paris auto show this fall, says the auto maker’s top executive. Without going into details, Fiat’s turnaround CEO, Sergio Marchionne, also offers a few predictions now that Fiat Auto has stopped losing money: Lancia-brand sales will grow to 300,000 units per year. The Grand Punto is selling well, and when the new Bravo arrives in January, “we could be selling ...

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