Marchionne’s 5-year product plan gets early reveal, Fiat to cut most Chrysler’s models

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Chrysler Group LLC’s new CEO, Sergio Marchionne, is scheduled to reveal his 5-year business and product plan to the media and analysts on November 4. However, The Wall Street Journal today released most of what Marchionne has will talk about next week.

According to the report, the plan relies heavily on vehicles from Fiat SpA, especially Alfa Romeo models, while dropping most of Chrysler’s original models. The report also said that Fiat and Chrysler are working on several new vehicles with Fiat technology for the U.S., including.

The folks at KickingTires have put together a nice list which you can check out after the jump. We’ll have full details from Chrysler next week.

Chrysler

  • PT Cruiser – Dead
  • Sebring – Dead
  • Town and Country
  • 300: Redesign in 2011
  • Fiat 500: 2011

Dodge

  • Caliber – Dead
  • Nitro – Dead
  • Avenger – Dead
  • Grand Caravan – Dead
  • Charger: Redesign in 2011
  • Challenger
  • Journey
  • Ram trucks

Jeep

  • Commander – Dead
  • Compass – Dead
  • Patriot – Dead
  • Wrangler
  • Grand Cherokee: Redesign in 2010

Alfa Romeo

  • MiTo
  • Milano (replacing 147)
  • Unknown Mid-Size Sedan

– By: Omar Rana

Source: WSJ (via KickingTires)