It's easy to lose a car in a big parking lot, but what if the parking lot is the size of Australia?
According to Sydney's Daily Telegraph, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Australia is trying to locate "hundreds" of vehicles -- mostly Jeeps -- that two former high-flying CEOs lent to celebrities. The newspaper valued the missing vehicles at about $10 million Australian, or $7.75 million U.S.
The vehicles were lent to actors, models, sports figures and TV personalities to raise awareness of the company's brands in the country, the Telegraph reports.
Trouble is, FCA has sued the two former FCA Australia CEOs, Clyde Campbell and Veronica Johns, over allegations they misappropriated company funds. And it wants to know what's happened to those vehicles.
Do the company's investigators know that if they simply hit the lock button on the key fob twice, the horn beeps?