FCA recalls 13,092 Maserati cars for rollaway riskThu, 23, Jun 2016
Fiat Chrysler's Maserati unit is recalling 13,092 Quattroporte and Ghibli luxury cars from the 2014 model year because they may roll away after drivers mistakenly believe they have engaged the vehicles in 'park' mode.
Marchionne mulls Maserati electric sports car as Tesla competitorSat, 18, Jun 2016
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne is considering adding full electric vehicles to the carmaker's line-up including the Maserati Alfieri sports car and a small city car.
Alfa finally free to make the sports sedan it wants toMon, 20, Jun 2016
With the launch of the Giulia later this year, Alfa Romeo will finally have a sports sedan designed to its own tastes: lightweight, rear-wheel-drive and free from the input of a partner. Last time it built a contender in this segment, the project got embroiled in Alfa parent Fiat's doomed relationship with General Motors.
Fiat Chrysler to lay off 30% of workforce at 500L plant in Serbia, union saysWed, 15, Jun 2016
Fiat Chrysler's Serbian unit will lay off nearly 30 percent of its workforce, ending one of its three shifts producing 500L models, a union leader said.
124 Spider: America's best FiatMon, 13, Jun 2016
The 2017 Fiat 124 Spider is stylish, fun to drive and priced well under $30,000 for all but the top version.
Industry trims stocks in MayMon, 13, Jun 2016
Although May U.S. auto sales sagged 6.1 percent and missed analysts' expectations, the industry managed to rein in vehicle supplies that were starting to bulge.
FCA said to be in talks with Uber as Marchionne seeks tech venturesWed, 08, Jun 2016
Fiat Chrysler has started discussions on a self-driving partnership with Uber, Bloomberg reported. FCA is seeking to cooperate with tech firms and last month agreed to develop driverless cars with Google.
GM drop-off helps drag down Canada sales 1.6%Wed, 01, Jun 2016
A steep decline in sales at GM dragged down Canadian light-vehicle sales by 1.6 percent last month to 194,866 vehicles, an industry report said today.
May sales drop 6.1% on weak car sales; SAAR stays strongWed, 01, Jun 2016
The U.S. auto industry recorded its biggest monthly sales drop in nearly six years in May as most automakers posted declines amid plunging demand for passenger cars. May volume fell 6.1 percent to 1.5 million vehicles. Still, the SAAR came in at 17.46 million, a level on par with last year’s record sales.
FCA: Record Jeep volume, minivans keep streak aliveWed, 01, Jun 2016
Record Jeep volume and resurgent minivans helped Fiat Chrysler squeak out a 1.1 percent U.S. sales gain in May, despite two fewer selling days from the same month a year ago.