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Fiat Professional to plug (in) the Ducato in 2020

4 July 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Fiat Professional to plug (in) the Ducato in 2020 Graeme Roberts There are only so many ways to conduct the presentation of a new vehicle (one of our number likes to refer to one as 'death by Powerpo... read more


ANALYSIS - MY19 Maserati Levante GranLusso

16 May 2019 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - MY19 Maserati Levante GranLusso Glenn Brooks Three and a half years on from its market introduction, Maserati UK has thrown out the former diesel-only strategy for the Levante, expanding ... read more


ANALYSIS - 2019 Abarth 595 esseesse

8 May 2019 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - 2019 Abarth 595 esseesse Glenn Brooks How can a car which is more than a decade old still be one of the best in its segment? The 595 essesse, newly revised for Abarth's 70th anniversary o... read more


FireFly engine sparkles in freshened Fiat 500X

14 March 2019 | Glenn Brooks

FireFly engine sparkles in freshened Fiat 500X Glenn Brooks From variable valve timing and common rail diesels, to the more recent TwinAir two-cylinder petrol units, Fiat has long been an innovator ... read more


Geely refutes FCA rumours - what now for Maserati?

20 February 2019 | Glenn Brooks

Geely refutes FCA rumours - what now for Maserati? Glenn Brooks Those rumours about FCA wanting to transfer ownership of Maserati, along with perhaps Alfa Romeo to ZGH were quashed by the Chinese O... read more


Can an SUV be a true Ferrari?

19 February 2019 | Glenn Brooks

Can an SUV be a true Ferrari? Glenn Brooks Louis Camilleri has a bigger job than most previous Ferrari bosses. Profits are sky high and must stay that way, yet the enormous costs of electrifying cer... read more


ANALYSIS – Alfa Romeo future models

18 February 2019 | Mike Vousden

ANALYSIS – Alfa Romeo future models Mike Vousden C segment At FCA's 2014 Investors' Briefing, the company announced it would launch two new compact models. The first is likely to be a replacem... read more


Stelvio Quadrifoglio silences Alfa sceptics

14 February 2019 | Glenn Brooks

Stelvio Quadrifoglio silences Alfa sceptics Glenn Brooks Will Alfa ever reach the infamous 400,000 cars a year goal that FCA set for it? In 2018, it was less than a third of the way there. The end o... read more


FCA reverses Lancia strategy - brand survives

12 February 2019 | Glenn Brooks

FCA reverses Lancia strategy - brand survives Glenn Brooks Remember how Fiat Chrysler told the media and analysts that Lancia would fade away during 2018? Well, it didn't disappear. And, an eight-ye... read more


Fiat Chrysler gets it right as Abarth just keeps growing

8 February 2019 | Glenn Brooks

Fiat Chrysler gets it right as Abarth just keeps growing Glenn Brooks Fiat Chrysler has done a great job of creating Abarth as a brand, the name having originally coming from the surname of a man wi... read more


Fiat is in retreat worldwide - what happens next?

6 February 2019 | Glenn Brooks

Fiat is in retreat worldwide - what happens next? Glenn Brooks Such has been its shrinkage at home, Italy is no longer the number one market for the Fiat brand. A 20% slide to 323,342 vehicles sold ... read more


Stelvio proves the Alfa Romeo doubters wrong

17 August 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Stelvio proves the Alfa Romeo doubters wrong Glenn Brooks The Giulia showed that if given proper attention by its parent, Alfa Romeo could be successfully reinvented. The Stelvio further demonstrate... read more


COMMENT - Reflections on Marchionne's achievements

18 July 2018 | Ray Hutton

COMMENT - Reflections on Marchionne's achievements Ray Hutton In less than six months' time, Sergio Marchionne's 14-year reign over the Fiat car business will come to an end. [Please note this... read more


Fiat Chrysler lays out its plans - what happens next?

4 June 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Fiat Chrysler lays out its plans - what happens next? 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 Fia... read more


ANALYSIS - Ferrari to gain an SUV and hybrids

24 January 2018 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Ferrari to gain an SUV and hybrids 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 ... read more


ANALYSIS - Maserati looks to the future with more SUVs

23 January 2018 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Maserati looks to the future with more SUVs 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 a... read more


ANALYSIS - Future Alfa Romeo models

22 January 2018 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Future Alfa Romeo models 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 A... read more


ANALYSIS - Future Fiat and Abarth models

15 January 2018 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Future Fiat and Abarth models 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 we... read more


Why FCA was right to tap Mitsubishi for Fiat Fullback pick-up

19 December 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Why FCA was right to tap Mitsubishi for Fiat Fullback pick-up Glenn Brooks FCA turned to Mazda when it wanted RWD roadsters for its Fiat and Abarth brands. Then, when it sought expertise in one-tonne... read more


ANALYSIS - FCA gets lucky with Abarth as sales soar

25 October 2017 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - FCA gets lucky with Abarth as sales soar Glenn Brooks Has FCA found the secret recipe for turning small cars into big profits? It would seem so, with sales of the premium priced Abarth 500... read more


ANALYSIS - What the Giulia says about Alfa Romeo's future

15 September 2017 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - What the Giulia says about Alfa Romeo's future Glenn Brooks Alfa Romeo is at long last on the rise. Across Europe and in the US too, Giulia sales, after a slow start, are accelerating. In ... read more


ANALYSIS: How global will FCA go with Fiat Tipo?

27 January 2017 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: How global will FCA go with Fiat Tipo? Glenn Brooks One year on from the start of production in Turkey, Fiat's low-cost replacement for the Bravo is selling well, especially in Italy and ev... read more


Could FCA revive the afforable roadster market?

9 January 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Could FCA revive the afforable roadster market? Glenn Brooks Styling wise, the Mazda-based 124 Spider could be a mini-Maserati, and the interior is better than that of the three-times as pricey Alfa ... read more


Fiat & Abarth future models - a global analysis

13 December 2016 | Glenn Brooks

Fiat & Abarth future models - a global analysis Glenn Brooks The final chapter in a series of articles exploring the current and next models from FCA Italy's stable of makes centres on the Fiat brand... read more


Why is FCA killing a premium brand which outsells Audi?

8 December 2016 | Glenn Brooks

Why is FCA killing a premium brand which outsells Audi? Glenn Brooks In spite of Lancia being the number one premium brand in its home market, FCA has decided that this luxury make has no future. ... read more


Maserati future models - a global analysis

1 December 2016 | Glenn Brooks

Maserati future models - a global analysis Glenn Brooks The third 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 fo... read more


Ferrari future models - a global analysis

30 November 2016 | Glenn Brooks

Ferrari future models - a global analysis Glenn Brooks The second part of just-auto's series concerning FCA's passenger vehicle brands centres on Ferrari. A look at what's ahead for Alfa Romeo was ... read more


Alfa Romeo future models - a global analysis

28 November 2016 | Glenn Brooks

Alfa Romeo future models - a global analysis Glenn Brooks FCA is the latest OEM to have its current and future models put under the microscope for examination. The first brand in this series is Alfa ... read more


ANALYSIS - Maserati Levante biturbo diesel

23 November 2016 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Maserati Levante biturbo diesel Glenn Brooks It's been a long time coming but Maserati's first SUV is now being rolled out across global markets. Right-hand drive production started recent... read more


Fiat 500 a building block for future small cars

7 July 2016 | Glenn Brooks

Fiat 500 a building block for future small cars Glenn Brooks The latest 500 is a worthy update of what had already been a big seller, especially in European countries. Like Mini, this is an expanding... read more


Volkswagen Ups the ante with city car's midlife Update - analysis

4 July 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Volkswagen Ups the ante with city car's midlife Update - analysis Graeme Roberts Volkswagen's mid-life Update for the Up can be summed up as more poke, more connectivity and more customisation. S... read more


ANALYSIS - 2016 Fiat 500X

12 May 2016 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - 2016 Fiat 500X Glenn Brooks FCA's strategy of creating two distinct products in the B-SUV/crossover segment is paying major dividends. The strength of Renegade sales in the US proves tha... read more


Analysis - Bull market for Lamborghini

9 February 2016 | Ray Hutton

Analysis - Bull market for Lamborghini Ray Hutton The boss moves on as the supercar maker rides high, untouched by the troubles of its owner, writes Ray Hutton. The Dieselgate emissions scan... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Ford Europe targets small fleets with Vignale

14 May 2015 | Dave Leggett

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Ford Europe targets small fleets with Vignale Dave Leggett Ford says it is targeting small fleet buyers with its premium feel Vignale sub-brand for Europe which will debut with the ... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: 'Bye Twin Gate, hello Superb hatchback

1 May 2015 | Graeme Roberts

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: 'Bye Twin Gate, hello Superb hatchback Graeme Roberts The key change for Skoda Superb generation three is that the Twin Gate choice of 'boot' or 'hatchback' opening is no more. As a... read more


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