Tag: FCA

Mike Manley Leaves Stellantis To Lead Retail Giant AutoNation

Mike Manley, the former CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, is stepping down from his role as Head of Americas for Stellantis to become the new CEO of AutoNation Inc., America’s largest automotive retailer. “After 20 incredible, challenging, and enjoyable years, and with Stellantis performing so strongly under Carlos’ leadership, the time feels right for me […]

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QOTD: Where Should Stellantis Shoehorn The Hellcat Into Next As A Farewell To V8s?

It seems that the automotive world has decided that there is a replacement for displacement and it’s kilowatts. Even Dodge, the world’s greatest lover of the cubic-inch, has admitted that electrification is becoming necessary. But as it phases out the V8, where should it put its most famous engine before the party ends? It’s not […]

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2022 Alfa Romeo Palade: Here’s Everything We Know About The Stylish Electric Baby SUV

Alfa Romeo is on life support and it’s going to need more than glowing reviews for the limited edition Giulia GTAm to stop it flatlining. Combined sales across Alfa’s meager model lines dropped to a pathetic 35,718 in 2020, which really is as bad as it sounds – Porsche sold 34,328 911s alone in the […]

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Stellantis And China’s Foxconn To Make EV Announcement On Tuesday

Automaking giant Stellantis and Foxconn, the producer of the iPhone, said today that they would be announcing a strategic partnership tomorrow, Tuesday, May 18. Representatives from each company will include Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares; Foxconn Chairman Young Liu; Yves Bonnefont, Chief Software Officer at Stellantis; and Calvin Chih, Chief Executive Officer at FIH. Last year, Fiat […]

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2022 BMW X3 Leaked, Ford Bronco Sport Goes Climbing, AE86 Corolla Gets Yaris GR Transplant: Your Morning Brief

Good morning and welcome to our daily digest of automotive news from around the globe, starting with… A Salesman Cost FCA $8.7 Million After He Offered Employee Discounts To Just About Everybody A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles salesperson has been charged by federal prosecutors for orchestrating a wire fraud conspiracy that cost the car manufacturer $8.7 […]

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A Salesman Cost FCA $8.7 Million After He Offered Family Discounts To Just About Everybody

A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles salesperson has been charged by federal prosecutors for orchestrating a wire fraud conspiracy that cost the car manufacturer, which is now known as Stellantis, $8.7 million. A criminal complaint alleges that 34-year-old salesman Apollon (Apollo) Nimo from Parkway Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram orchestrated a scam of illegally selling employee discounts to […]

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