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Fiat Chrysler is looking to spin off Magneti Marelli to its shareholders via a Milan listing that will not raise money by selling new shares, Reuters reported.
Rome, one of Europe's most traffic-clogged cities and home to thousands of ancient outdoor monuments threatened by pollution, plans to ban diesel cars from the center by 2024.
Toyota said its new-car lineup in Italy is now "diesel-free" after the automaker stopped selling diesel variants of its Yaris, Auris and RAV4 models.
Italian race car specialist Dallara says its first street legal car, a lightweight roadster called the Stradale, was inspired by affordable sports cars pioneered by Lotus.
Pope Francis was given a $200,000 Lamborghini Huracan, which will be auctioned to raise money for charity. The Vatican said the money would help Christians rebuild their homes in Iraq.
FCA has cut production at Italian factories building the Alfa Romeo Stelvio SUV and Giulia sedan and the Maserati Levante SUV after new Chinese import rules hit sales, according to union sources.
The push to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions in Vatican City got a helping hand last week from Opel.
The EU launched legal action against Italy for failing to respond to allegations of emissions-test cheating by Fiat Chrysler.
The EU plans to launch legal action against Italy for failing to properly police allegations of emissions-test cheating by FCA, EU sources said.
Fiat dealers in Italy have protested to the automaker after the company invoiced for about 6,000 new vehicles they did not order.
Italian investigators said on Tuesday they had foiled a plot to steal the body of legendary Formula One racing pioneer Enzo Ferrari and demand a ransom.
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