Both groups combined would create not only the world’s fourth largest car maker, but they would become Europe’s top-selling SUV and LCV/Vans auto group.Read More FCA+PSA to lead Europe’s most profitable segments
While total SUV global sales fell by 3.1%, FCA posted a decline of 8% during the same period, with its volume falling from 992,300 units in H1 2018 to 908,100 units in H1 2019.Read More SUV global sales fall in H1 2019. FCA loses ground
FCA’s plan B is to look even further in both terms, time and space. While the French decide what to do, Manley and his guys should start looking for partners in China.Read More The plan B of FCA
FCA underperformed in the industry during the quarter. The group posted the seventh largest revenue with €24.48 billion.Read More Q1-19: FCA improves the mix but earns less
The latest moves and news of the industry indicate that FCA and Tesla might be closer than what they think. Both companies face issues that could be the beginning of further collaboration between them. Moreover, the situation of global markets is pushing the two companies to take decisions that were unthinkable some months ago. With […]Read More FCA and Tesla need each other more than we think
By adding its 2018 volume in Europe and considering the super credits policy, the initial impact of this operation would be a penalty saving of 630 million euros.Read More Tesla credits would save 630 million euros to FCA
Fiat Chrysler has been having conversations with PSA top management looking for any kind of strong collaboration between them. The talks aim to close a deal that would go beyond the usual Joint-Ventures that both companies have runned in the past. Even if FCA has declined, it is clear that Manley and his men do […]Read More Renault-Nissan or PSA? FCA continues to flirt
As the current range gets old and its domestic sales plunge, FCA needs to address the production capacity issues in Italy. This is not a minor thing, considering the fact that the European country hosts 7 of its 31 assembly plants around the world. Italy is not only where Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Maserati were […]Read More The Compass made in Italy: how feasible?
Mike Manley’s priority is to solve the problems in China. More than the debt target, the reposition of Fiat or the revival of Alfa Romeo plan, his main task is to address the sales issue of Jeep in the world’s largest market. It was the main cause of the tumble of the stock price in […]Read More 3 reasons why Jeep struggles in China
It is part of the group’s name and one of the most famous car brands in USA. But Chrysler is now facing one of its most difficult challenges: its survival. With only two models available and the lack of a clear plan about its future, many analysts wonder about its chances of surviving in an […]Read More Is Chrysler following the same fate of Lancia?