Tag Archives: Sergio Marchionne

Report: Sergio Marchionne wants Maserati to be the new Ferrari

A lot has been happening at Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles with Sergio Marchionne at the helm, who can easily take the title as being one of the riskiest CEOs currently in the business. For instance, in addition to his aggressive plan to make his brands more relevant on a worldly level, other than high-profile marques like Ferrari […]

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Report: Toyota and Ford aren’t interested in Fiat

Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles’ CEO, Sergio Marchionne, is already seeking a merger to team up with after his projected sales figures weren’t met. Rumors surfaced that Marchionne was looking for a merger to conduct operations with when he began openly admitting about his prospects, to better his long-term plan of stabilizing the automaker. Currently, Fiat owns Chrysler […]

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Report: Sergio Marchionne likes the idea of an FCA-Ford or GM tie-up

Collaborations and corporate alliances are no stranger to the automotive world and even yielded some of the world’s most amazing vehicles. But now, Bloomberg reportedly heard Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles’ chief, Sergio Marchionne, likes the idea of teaming up with General Motors or Ford to broaden their resources. Marchionne spoke to the outlet at the Geneva Auto Show, […]

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Report: Fiat to put Ferrari up for sale, could most likely be the end of an era

Some new, crazy, and shocking info comes in through AutomotiveNews, who recently learned Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles will be putting a solid portion of Ferrari up for sale through a public offering. This is one of the many recent stirrups for the Prancing Horse, particularly after the former CEO, Luca di Montezemolo, stepped down after controversy with […]

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Report: Ferrari says no to sedans and motorcycles

Following the departure of Ferrari’s former president, Luca di Montezemolo, rumors began surfacing, questioning the future of the Prancing Horse. Some outlets began fearing for the brand’s possible decline, hinted by Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne’s apparent desire to boost Ferrari production, introduce more new models and use more turbocharging. But according to a recent report […]

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Report: Alfa Romeo confirms a new model due next summer

Photo rendering by Thorsten-Krisch Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne recently confirmed to be introducing a new Alfa Romeo next year, specifically on June 24, 2015, just as the automaker turns 105 years old. Specifics as to what model this exactly may be haven’t been released, though speculation suggests it could be the new BMW 5-Series competing […]

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Report: Volkswagen AG eyeing Fiat for acquisition

Volkswagen AG is clearly becoming an automotive monopoly and is otherwise a sure-footed way of saying the Germans have essentially taken over the world by way of the automobile. As of this post, the German People’s Car owns Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, SEAT, Skoda, and Volkswagen as well as Ducati, and several commercial vehicle […]

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Report: Next-generation Jeep Wrangler could get aluminum body

It seems that aluminum is seriously gaining popularity as LeftLaneNews reports that Chrysler may be jumping on the bandwagon with the new Jeep Wrangler. Following Fiat/Chrysler CEO’s major plan announcements, Marchionne also hinted at the possibility of the Jeep Wrangler receiving an aluminum body to help reduce weight. According to the report, Sergio was quoted for […]

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Jeep to build flagship SUV to be called Grand Wagoneer plus new models

Inside Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne’s five-year plan for the company’s brand, Jeep is said to be developing a new flagship model that will revive the Grand Wagoneer nameplate. The said new Grand Wagoneer will be ready sometime in the second half of 2018, following confirmed rumors of past. Additionally, an even smaller car will sit […]

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Report: Fiat planning new platforms for Alfa and the rest of Fiat Group

Fiat has been working hard to reinvigorate their image while attempting to become the largest automaker within the next decade. This of course, has been led by none other than their ecstatic and passionate CEO, Sergio Marchionne. Though ever since Fiat embarked on their new projects, success hasn’t exactly arrived in spades, particularly with Alfa […]

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