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    Report: Fiat to build Maserati SUV in Turin, Alfa Romeo version possible

    Automotive News Europe reports Fiat will build its new Maserati Levante SUV in Turin, Italy. CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed in an interview that the luxury utility will be manufactured at Fiat's flagship plant, and that the Mirafiori facility may build an Alfa Romeo SUV variant as well. Reports ...

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    Report: Fiat to build Alfa Romeo SUV alongside Jeeps in America, build small car in Italy

    The Detroit News is reporting that Fiat may move its planned Jeep and Alfa Romeo SUV production from Turin to the United States. That would leave the Italian plant open and available to produce a new future city car. According to an unnamed source close to the situation, the decision is based ...

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    Online Find of the Day: 1988 Italdesign Aztec

    Before Pontiac unleashed the vile Aztek on the world, there was another, weirder car that bore the name. In 1988, Italdesign introduced the Aztec, a two-seat roadster that made extremely limited production and carried a $750,000 price tag when new. Sporting a twin-pod cockpit-style interior and ...

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    Report: Fiat union passes contract, paving way for Jeeps to be built in Italy

    Baseball, apple pie, Stars and Stripes... and Jeep. What do all of these things have in common? They are all classically American. Or are they? It seems that future Jeeps, specifically the replacements for our current Compass and Patriot, will likely be assembled in Italy on the same lines Fiat ...

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    Report: Next Chrysler Sebring to be built in Italy?

    If ever there was a model in the Chrysler line up that needs updating, it's the Sebring. While the car was a perfectly capable competitor when it debuted way back in 1995, subsequent generations have left it as nothing more than rental-fleet fodder. But if a report from Automotive News is to be ...

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    Bertone's emergency plan expected today

    Bertone has landed in some very hot water and is facing Italian bankruptcy court within a week. The courts in Turin seem to think that the best thing for the company's 1,300 employees would be for it to shut down and go into bankruptcy protection. But before it draws its last breath, the famous ...

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    Update: new models from Alfa Romeo

    Late last week we brought you the leaked production schedule from the Fiat group, revealing, among other enticing tidbits, a slew of new models from Alfa Romeo, slated to hit the road in 2009, including the entry-level "Junior" sport hatch, the CXover SUV/coupe and the 169 range-topping sedan. The ...

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    Spy Shots: Fiat Bravo

    Fiat is preparing its new Bravo for debut at Geneva next spring, and photos have surfaced of a test mule tooling around Turin. Fiat hopes to take aim at the hot-selling Volkswagen Golf and Ford Focus with its new Bravo hatch, developed in conjunction with Canadian components supplier Magna. ...

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    VIDEO: P4/5 on public roads

    click image above to download videoNot long after our interview with James Glickenhaus, the car collector turned automotive patron who owns the to-die-for Ferrari P4/5, did he post a video of his one-off Prancing Horse being tested on public roads in Italy. The video features in-cabin footage of ...


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