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Fiat Chrysler lays out its plans - what happens next?

4 Jun 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Jeep and Ram, two brands which are successful mainly in the USA, are expected to account for most of the future profitability of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles at a global level over the next five years. That was the gist of the announcements made at FCA's 'Capital Markets Day'. Although a lot was said at Balocco, many questions concerning the next generation of models for FCA divisions went unanswered.


ANALYSIS - Ferrari to gain an SUV and hybrids

24 Jan 2018 | Glenn Brooks

The penultimate feature in just-auto.com's current series on Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' passenger car brands looks at Ferrari's current and future models. The big news is the brand's first crossover-SUV but there is also much to report on petrol-electric and BEV powertrains for the next generation of supercars. A look at Jeep comes next, and this follows recent analysis pieces on Fiat and Abarth; Chrysler, Dodge and Ram; Alfa Romeo; and Maserati.


ANALYSIS - Maserati looks to the future with more SUVs

23 Jan 2018 | Glenn Brooks

The latest instalment in just-auto's analysis of FCA's passenger car brands' model lines is a focus on Maserati. A look at what's ahead for Alfa Romeo was recently published. This followed features on Fiat and Abarth, as well as another on Chrysler, Dodge and Ram. Ferrari comes next, with Jeep rounding out the series.


ANALYSIS - Future Alfa Romeo models

22 Jan 2018 | Glenn Brooks

FCA is the latest OEM to have its current and future models put under the microscope for examination. The first brands in this series were Fiat and Abarth, followed by Chrysler, Dodge and Ram. Features on Jeep, Maserati and Ferrari are still to come.


ANALYSIS - Future Fiat and Abarth models

15 Jan 2018 | Glenn Brooks

The first chapter in a series of articles exploring the current and next models from FCA Italy's stable of makes centres on the Fiat brand, as well as Abarth. This will be followed over the coming weeks by explorations of what's ahead for Chrysler, Dodge, RAM, Jeep, Alfa Romeo, Maserati and Ferrari. Even though Italians bought 60,000 Ypsilons during 2017, Lancia has no future models.


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Lamborghini global sales surge 11% in H1 2018

16 Jul 2018 | Dave Leggett

VW-owned Automobili Lamborghini has reported another increase in worldwide deliveries.


Nissan does deal to boost EVs in Sicily

21 Jun 2018 | Dave Leggett

Nissan and Sibeg, a bottler for Coca-Cola company in the Sicilian market, have formed an agreement to create an electric ecosystem consisting of vehicles and charging infrastructure.


Fiat-Chrysler Jeep Renegade updates include new petrol engines

12 Jun 2018 | Chris Wright

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Jeep brand is on track to meet its target of 1.9m global sales by the end of this year, up from 730,000 just five years ago.


Sogefi wins Volvo Cars coolant pump contract

8 Jun 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Sogefi will has contracted with Geely's Volvo Cars for engine coolant pumps for several future hybrid models, the Italian supplier said.


FCA Bank renews JLR relationship

27 Feb 2018 | Dave Leggett

FCA Bank has announced the 'renewal of its successful relationship with Jaguar Land Rover'.


BYD supplies 13 electric buses to four Italian cities

23 Jan 2018 | Simon Warburton

Four cities in Italy's Piedmont Region of Italy have placed orders for a total of 13 BYD pure electric Midibuses.


FCA boosts Europe volume in 2017

17 Jan 2018 | Graeme Roberts

FCA boosted sales across Europe (EU28+EFTA) by 5.2% year on year in 2017 to 1,045,000 vehicles with Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Jeep outperforming the 3.3% industry average for the year.


Iveco wins major European deal of 500 Stralis NP LNG trucks

23 Oct 2017 | Tom Thorp

Iveco has secured the largest deal for Stralis NP vehicles to-date, with 500 new trucks set to enter operation with the pan-European transport and logistics specialist, Jost Group. Designed to be the most sustainable long-distance heavy truck ever manufactured, the new deliveries will run on LNG – widely regarded as the only currently available mass market alternative to diesel.


Solvay develops new carbon/glass fibre hybrid material

19 Oct 2017 | Simon Warburton

Solvay has unveiled Ixef 3012, a 55% carbon and glass fibre hybrid reinforced grade of polyarylamide (PARA) to provide high strength and stiffness at lower density.


FCA still planning Magneti Marelli separation - report

2 Oct 2017 | Dave Leggett

Fiat Chrysler (FCA) appears to be pressing ahead with a plan to separate its parts unit, Magneti Marelli.



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