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FCA's Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Jeep and Abarth brands will not take part in this year's Paris auto show, according to French media reports.
As the European auto industry embraces mobility services, Seat wants to be part of parent VW Group's push into robotaxis.
Lapo Elkann, scion of the Agnelli family and still part owner of Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari, showed at the Automotive News Europe Congress that he has not lost his knack for provocation.
Fiat Chrysler will offer more vehicles tailored to China and speed up electrification to relaunch the group in the world's largest car market.
Sales of new cars in Italy declined 2.8 percent in May, with political uncertainty after recent elections still weighing on the market.
The Fiat brand in Europe will be reduced to a few models based around the electrified 500 family and the Panda. The Tipo compact car will be pulled from European markets and the Punto subcompact's axing has been confirmed.
Maserati will add a midsize SUV and an Alfieri coupe/cabrio to its product lineup as part of its plan to double vehicle sales to 100,000 by 2022.
Alfa Romeo plans to revive its 8C supercar and GTV sports car in a bid to reboot the iconic FCA brand that has failed to meet ambitious growth targets in the past.
When Fiat Chrysler presents its 2018-22 business plan June 1, the biggest question mark will be the future of the Fiat brand, which has been losing share steadily in its two main markets — Europe and Brazil — and...
New-car sales in Italy rose 6.5 percent last month, helped by a recovery in demand by private customers and by an additional selling day compared with the same month last year.
Hyundai sees Europe as a key market for its Nexo fuel cell car because the region has more advanced plans than other global markets to expand its refueling infrastructure.
Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne says the supercar brand will not launch a full-electric car until after its next business plan ends in 2022.
Hyundai hopes more advanced safety and comfort features, better styling and a more refined interior will attract more families and additional female buyers to its new Sante Fe SUV.
New-car sales in Spain rose 2 percent in March, despite a big drop in diesel registrations and two fewer working days.
New-car sales in Italy fell 6 percent in March, partly hit by customers postponing purchases as politicians negotiated to form a new government following recent elections.
Skoda will launch a full-electric version of its Citigo minicar after its push into the hot-selling SUV market put the automaker at risk of fines for missing EU CO2 emissions reduction targets.
Skoda, Jeep, Hyundai and Dacia were among the big winners as Spanish new-car sales rose 13 percent in February.
Hyundai is looking partly to its past in embracing a new design direction previewed by the Le Fil Rouge concept.
Fiat Chrysler's display at this year's Geneva auto show highlights how diminished the once-dominant Fiat brand is these days.
New-car sales in Italy slipped 1 percent in February as demand for market leader Fiat brand cars fell 17 percent, according to figures published by Italy's transport ministry.
Hyundai sees Germany as a key market in Europe for its Nexo fuel cell SUV because Europe's largest auto market aims to have 400 refueling stations in operation by 2025.
The Lancia Stratos rally car is being revived by Italy's Manifattura Automobili Torino as a 500,000 euros ($617,000) sports car offering a performance of up to 600 hp.
Suzuki expects is vehicle sales to grow in Europe this year, helped by a strong SUV lineup. The automaker targets sales of 280,000 in 2018 in its European region, 10,000 more than last year.
BMW's product and technology offensive has led to a significant rise in r&d spending.
Jeep's global vehicle sales fell nearly 1 percent last year and are likely to miss a 2 million target set for this year, denting plans to make the brand a global powerhouse.
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