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Maserati reorganizes, tries to sharpen the trident

Struggling brand wants to double global sales by 2022 with six new models

Struggling brand wants to double global sales by 2022 with six new models.

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New Fiat Chrysler CEO picks management team to tackle industry in flux

'We have a clear line of sight to achieving our five-year ambitions'

'We have a clear line of sight to achieving our five-year ambitions'

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Reid Bigland appointed CEO of Alfa Romeo, Maserati

Former CEO Harald Wester retains role as FCA's tech boss.

The high-level shakeup at FCA is likely meant to sort out the many issues facing both Alfa Romeo and Maserati.

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Alfa Romeo Stelvio CUV to debut at 2016 LA Auto Show

The first Alfa Romeo CUV, the Stelvio, will debut in "late autumn," Alfa boss Harald Wester said, which almost certainly means it will arrive in Los Angeles.

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Fiat Chrysler exec talks up the future of fuel cells

Fuel-Cell Praised, EV Bashed

Fiat Chrysler's Wester says he sees no future in electric-vehicle drivetrain technology.

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Alfa Romeo Giulia to get Ferrari-related engine

The next Alfa Romeo could follow the example of the 8C Competizione, and feature a Ferrari-derived V6 under it's hood, a new report reveals.

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Maserati rules out smaller Macan rival

Maserati may be going after the Porsche Cayenne with its upcoming Levante, but don't expect it to go after the Macan as well. That's the territory it's leaving open to Alfa Romeo instead, according to the head of both brands.

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Maserati's new North American CEO is Chrysler's dealer guru

There's been a bit of a shakeup among the executive ranks at Chrysler and Maserati, as the Italian sports car manufacturer has appointed Peter Grady as its new North American CEO. Grady, who we imagine is about to get a very nice upgrade to his company car, will retain his role as vice president of dealer network development for Chrysler and Chrysler Capital, and is replacing Bob Graczyk at Maserati.

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Marchionne creates unified management team to oversee Fiat and Chrysler

"We have now reached the right moment to step on the accelerator of the Fiat-Chrysler integration," Sergio Marchionne said this week in a statement regarding his appointment of a single management team for both companies. According to Automotive News, four regional chiefs – North America, South America, Europe and Asia – will be in charge of Fiat and Chrysler effective September 1.

Fiat unites Maserati, Abarth, Alfa Romeo under one CEO

With the unification of Fiat and Chrysler, we're been expecting major changes in the corporate structure of the two automakers and their various brands. Most recently, Lancia chief executive Olivier Francois was named head of the Chrysler division, leading to reports that the