• fb_1510606196 avatar Carl Posted: 12/23/2009 10:59am PST

    Will it come to this? There will be Chrysler-Jeep stores, and Dodge (truck)-Fiat stores elsewhere? It would make sense, to me, not to pretend that Fiat sourced vehicles are really Chrysler designed. Those D-F sedans could be manufactured in USA plants. Years ago Fiat, Renault and Peugeot failed to sell. But now the American public has become accustomed to seeing really great foreign designed, but locally built, vehicles.

  • Mistera Posted: 12/22/2009 4:46pm PST

    They should do the same thing with the new Alfa Romeo Giulietta rebadge it as a DODGE...

  • Dave Posted: 12/22/2009 2:32pm PST

    How is this possible, they have not scheduled a press conferance during the show. They to show something in order to survive!

  • Bill Burke Posted: 12/22/2009 12:59pm PST

    Sounds very possible since Chrysler needs some buzz and the Delta, which looks great in this photo, would be a perfect way to preview future Lancia based platforms for distincly American designed Chryslers. As a luxury brand, the Lancia development team has an opportunity in working with Chrysler teams to produce a world class luxury line for both brands, depending on market. I would bet this rendition for the Detroit Auto Show may be less ambitious and less destinctively Chrysler, but who knows, it could be a market ready vehicle sooner than most anticipated. Great things are on the way from my guys at Chrysler with a little help from Lancia.

  • Ferrari Posted: 12/22/2009 12:08pm PST

    there is a lot potential if they start to a volume sales they can start to design beautiful cars like the LANCIA FULVIA HF,FLAMINIA,STRATOS etc....