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Alfa Romeo and Maserati might be bigger problems than Roberto Fedeli's genius can solve.

Credible reports reveal that the Giulia failed crash tests and disappointed handling engineers. Can an ex-Ferrari engineer save Alfa's great red hope?

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And people are getting hurt because of it.

NHTSA is investigating 853,000 Fiat-Chrysler cars because of confusing gear selectors. Perhaps a return to simple shifters is in order.

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FCA US could take advantage of killing the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 by reducing the automaker's fuel economy burden.

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Mercedes-Benz, Honda, And FCA Already Affected

Only 580,000 Continental airbag-equipped vehicles have been officially recalled, making it extremely likely that additional brands will be impacted.

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Why Marchionne's Bet Might Pay Off

Sergio Marchionne's decision to kill the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 isn't as crazy as you might think, and it could say a lot about the company's future.

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Restructuring Due To Slow Chinese Market, Desire To Strengthen Distribution Network

Alfa Romeo has reshuffled its product strategy and pushed back the launch date for multiple models, originally slated for 2018, to the mid-2020s.

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Fiat-Chrysler is restructuring its five-year business plan, and that means the end of the road for the poorly received Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 sedans.

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Drive For Design Contest Winners Announced

High school students from across the country have taken a whack at the future of SRT Hellcat models as part of FCA's Drive For Design Contest.

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But What Does Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Get In Return?

Audi has swapped trademarks with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to snare the rights to the Q2 and Q4 badges for upcoming crossover SUVs.

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Automaker 'Vigorously' Denies Claims

A Chicago-area dealership group has filed suit against FCA accusing it of paying dealers to fake sales figures and "strong-arming" in the push to move metal.

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Alfa Platform May Be The Answer For FCA

During his annual press conference at the Detroit Auto Show, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne opens the door to the arrival of a new Dodge Viper.

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We Discuss FCA's New Chrysler Pacifica Minivan

From the Chrysler booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Patrick McIntyre interviews FCA Head of Passenger Car Brands Tim Kuniskis. Topics include FCA's future including its new Chrysler Pacifica minivan shown at NAIAS 2016.

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We Discuss Dodge Sports Car Styling And Hidden Easter Eggs

From the Autoblog booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Jessi Combs interviews FCA Global Head of Design Ralph Gilles. Topics include Dodge sports car styling and hidden easter eggs on FCA designs.

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Sergio Marchionne now intends to build FCA's business rather than looking for a possible merger in the auto industry, and he may retire after 2018.

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Ferrari has officially split off from former parent company Fiat Chrysler, with most of its shares distributed to FCA's shareholders, some staying in the family, and the rest being traded on stock markets in New York and Milan.

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It's the 75th anniversary of Pres. Franklin Roosevelt's "Arsenal of Democracy" speech, and Chrysler is remembering the move to wartime production with a video.

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Autoline On Autoblog With John McElroy

Industry expert John McElroy suggests that Ford, GM, and Fiat-Chrysler should merge their powertrain operations. Heresy? Maybe. But hear him out.

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Jeep will recall the 2015-2016 Cherokee to add a moisture shield to protect the power liftgate controls because exposure to water can cause a short circuit.

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FCA US faces a $70 million fine from NHTSA for failing disclose early warning reports of possible deaths, injuries, crashes, or other safety issues.

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FCA Transport, the fleet of semis FCA US uses to deliver parts, has switched from diesel to CNG. The move reduces CO2 emissions by 16,000 tons per year.

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FCA leader Sergio Marchionne has shot down reports that his company's attempts at a merger were out of desperation, saying it was not "life or death."

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