How important are Alfa Romeo, Maserati to Fiat Chrysler's future? Very

Jun 11, 2018 1100

BY: Eric D. Lawrence

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles had an ambitious plan in 2014 to bring Alfa Romeo back to the United States and sell 400,000 of the vehicles worldwide by this year. Those numbers did not pan out, but that might not be surprising for a brand that sold only 66,000 vehicles that year and had not been part of the U.S. market for decades.

As FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne and company look to the future, the 400,000-a-year vehicle goal remains in play, but they now say that will happen by 2022. To ease the way, Alfa plans to launch a supercar, boost its electric offerings, add mid-level autonomous-driving features and give its celebrated Stelvio SUV a larger sibling.

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