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Chrysler Future Heavily Tied With Italian Brand Lancia
Chrysler Future Heavily Tied With Italian Brand Lancia

Chrysler’s lineup, both in North America and Europe, is in for a major shakeup over the next couple of years now that the expanding Fiat Group and its demanding CEO, Sergio Marchionne, are pulling all the strings. We’ve already seen hints of some of the plans with the unveiling of the...Read More»

2006 Chrysler 300-Series 4-door Sedan 300C Grille
Chrysler Brand Not Good Enough for Europe, Except in U.K.

As U.S. car buyers slog through their last year of shopping for the warmed-over 2010 models that Chrysler has been offering since before its bankruptcy, the great Fiat-Chrysler combination continues. Yesterday, a surprise emerged: Contrary to published reports, the larger cars and crossovers...Read More»

Chrysler-badged Lancia
Chrysler And Lancia Could Merge By 2011

If you followed our coverage from the 2010 Detroit Auto Show, you probably recall the Lancia Delta on display, which had been rebadged as a Chrysler. As it turns out, that car may have been more than a little symbolic of things to come. In an interview with Autocar, Chrysler/Fiat CEO Sergio...Read More»

2012 Ford Focus, at 2010 Detroit Auto Show
2010 Detroit Auto Show: Family Haulers Out In Force

There’s been a definite shift in consumer tastes towards smaller cars in the industry and nowhere is this more evident than in the family vehicle segment, where fuel economy, interior space and safety are crucial. Unsurprisingly most automakers, from affordable brands to luxury marques, are...Read More»

Lancia Delta
Rumor: Chrysler To Unveil Lancia-Derived Model At NAIAS

Chrysler is in a tough spot these days: not only is the company still recovering from bankruptcy and adjusting to the habits of its new lifepartner, Fiat, but Chrysler is also struggling to bring its product development arm up to speed after sitting idle for months. To keep consumers interested...Read More»

Fiat's Sergio Marchionne
Marchionne Weighs The Future Of Chrysler, Lancia, Alfa Romeo

One month ago, a popular rumor suggested that Jeep would soon be the only Chrysler brand sold overseas. Now, a contradictory bit of gossip says that Chrysler/Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne may ditch the Lancia nameplate and sell those vehicles in Europe as Chryslers. There's also talk of potential...Read More»