FCA's 'sales carnivore' adds more to his plateMon, 30, May 2016
Reid Bigland's added assignment running FCA's struggling Italian luxury brands, Maserati and Alfa Romeo, is about more than bolstering brands and boosting sales. Insiders say the move is very much an examination to see whether the 49-year-old Canadian has the chops to succeed Sergio Marchionne.
Alfa will start Europe sales of 'make or break' Giulia next monthFri, 27, May 2016
Alfa Romeo is pinning its revival hopes on the Giulia, which will go on sale in Europe next month. The credibility of the brand's revival depends on the car, Fiat Chrysler Chief Technology Officer Harald Wester said.
FCA: Big-car output will stay in-houseMon, 23, May 2016
Even as Fiat Chrysler plans to outsource compact and midsize sedans to another manufacturer, CEO Sergio Marchionne says he is “totally” committed to engineering and building the company's large cars in-house. But the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger may be developed off different platforms.
FCA details plans to hike Jeep, Ram outputFri, 06, May 2016
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne shed some sunlight on the automaker's aggressive plans to revamp its North American production footprint over the next 18 months to make more Jeep SUVs and Ram pickups and fewer cars.
What's next for FCA, Google? 'We'll see,' Marchionne saysMon, 09, May 2016
Google's deal to buy 100 plug-in hybrid minivans from Fiat Chrysler to expand its self-driving vehicle testing program is a “first phase” of the relationship between the two companies, says Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne.
Marchionne says FCA-Google deal on Pacifica is 'first phase' of relationshipFri, 06, May 2016
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said his company's agreement with Google to put the technology giant's autonomous driving system in 100 Chrysler Pacifica minivans is a “first phase” of their relationship.
Fiat Chrysler says self-driving car deal with Google not exclusiveThu, 05, May 2016
A newly-struck deal between Google and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles for a fleet of 100 self-driving cars is not exclusive, Fiat's Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said today.
FCA's Marchionne adds Ferrari CEO title after Felisa retiresMon, 02, May 2016
Ferrari appointed Chairman Sergio Marchionne to replace Amedeo Felisa as CEO with "immediate effect," adding yet another title for the Italian-Canadian manager, who also runs Fiat Chrysler.
Ferrari raises forecast after Q1 profit jumps 19%Mon, 02, May 2016
Ferrari said net profit rose 19 percent to 78 million euros ($90 million) in the first quarter, its first as an independent company.