What to expect from Mike Manley?

The latest news are not only sad but shocking. No one expected an anticipated transition due to a simple shoulder surgery. As Sergio Marchionne’s health worsens, FCA’s board decided to replace him with Mike Manley, the powerful man of Jeep. The complications of the surgery are not clear yet, but it seems that something more […]

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Now you can follow us in Twitter too

As part of my continous effort on keeping updates coming from the industry, this blog has a Twitter counterpart, and it is called “Car Industry Analysis”. Unlike Fiat Group’s World blog, which is dedicated to Fiat Chrysler group, the Twitter account aims to provide daily updates about global car industry. “Car Industry Analysis” features the […]

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Where are the new cars?

No new products in the pipeline. That’s the current situation in FCA after three years of continous launches. Back in 2015, the car maker started a new product offensive with the relaunch of Alfa Romeo and the arrival of the Fiat Tipo, 500X and 124 Spider. Then it was the turn for the Fiat Toro […]

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2016 results: good but not enough

FCA has finally communicated its financial results for the year 2016. The first impression is that the group met most of its targets and overall financial situation is better. Sergio Marchionne has certainly made used of the American good momentum, while his counterpart in Europe, Alfredo Altavilla, has brought Fiat back to life. Brazilian and […]

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Paris 2016: Was FCA there?

I just had the opportunity to visit one of my favorite cities, Paris. I spent some days in this beautiful city following my attendance to the Mondial de l’Automobile. After six years attending Geneva Motor Show, it was time for Paris, and this year’s edition was in line with my expectations. Despite the fact that […]

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