Under the new structure, Kuniskis, 48, leads passenger cars in North America and oversees Dodge, Chrysler and Fiat. Kuniskis was also appointed to parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Group Executive Council, its highest decision-making body that includes top executives from around the globe.
Manley, 51, continues to oversee Jeep and maintains responsibility for parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Asia Pacific region, but also gets oversight of the company’s pickups and SUVs, including Ram.
Ram brand head Bob Hegbloom continues to direct Ram’s day-to-day operations, but now reports to Manley.
Gardner, 51, had overseen the Chrysler brand since November 2013. Gardner, the former head of FCA’s southeast business center, took over as head of FCA’s network of 2,600 U.S. dealerships at the same time.
Stoicevich, 36, had overseen the Fiat brand since Kuniskis moved from Fiat to Dodge in 2013. He inherits a new fleet operations and small-business sales role from Kuniskis, and continues to oversee operations of FCA’s California business center. Stoicevich now reports to Bigland, FCA said in its statement.