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London, United Kingdom (de jure) Auburn Hills, Michigan
Auburn Hills, Michigan
(de facto) Turin, Italy
Italy
(de facto)

Area served

Worldwide

Key people

John Elkann
John Elkann
(Chairman) Sergio Marchionne
Sergio Marchionne
(CEO)

Revenue €111.018 billion (2016)[1]

Operating income

€6.056 billion (2016)[1]

Net income

€1.814 billion (2016)[1]

Total assets €104.34 billion (2016)[2]

Total equity €19.35 billion (2016)[2]

Owner

Exor N.V. (30.78%)[3]

Number of employees

225,587 (2015)

Subsidiaries

Companies[4]

Vehicles

FCA Italy S.p.A.

Abarth
Abarth
& C. Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo
Automobiles Fiat
Fiat
Automobiles Fiat
Fiat
Professional Lancia
Lancia
Automobiles

FCA US
FCA US
LLC

Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Mopar

Maserati

Components and production systems

Magneti Marelli

Automotive lighting

Comau Teksid (84.8%) VM Motori

Publishing and advertising

Editrice La Stampa

La Stampa Publikompass

Website fcagroup.com

Fiat
Fiat
Chrysler
Chrysler
Automobiles N.V. (abbreviated as FCA) is an Italian-American corporation and currently the world’s eighth largest auto maker.[5] The group was established in late 2014 by merging Fiat
Fiat
and Chrysler
Chrysler
into a new holding company, Fiat
Fiat
Chrysler Automobiles, registered in the Netherlands
Netherlands
(with headquarters in London) for tax purposes. The holding company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Borsa Italiana
Borsa Italiana
in Milan.[6] Exor N.V., an Italian investment group controlled by the Agnelli family, owns 29.19% of FCA and controls 44.31% through a loyalty voting mechanism.[7] FCA’s mass-market brands operate through two main subsidiaries: FCA Italy
Italy
(previously Fiat Group Automobiles SpA) and FCA US
FCA US
(previously Chrysler Group
Chrysler Group
LLC). The company’s portfolio includes automotive brands Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat
Fiat
Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Maserati, Ram Trucks. Ferrari
Ferrari
was spun off from the group in 2016.[8] FCA also owns industrial subsidiaries Comau, Magneti Marelli, Mopar
Mopar
and Teksid.[9] Today FCA operates in four global markets (NAFTA, LATAM, APAC, EMEA).[10]

Contents

1 Corporate governance 2 Subsidiaries 3 History 4 Five-year plan (2014–2018)

4.1 Alfa Romeo 4.2 Chrysler 4.3 Dodge 4.4 Fiat 4.5 Maserati 4.6 Jeep 4.7 Ram

5 Financial results 6 Logo 7 References 8 External links

Corporate governance[edit] The CEO and executive management including twenty-two employees work between Auburn Hills, Michigan
Auburn Hills, Michigan
and Turin, Italy.[11] The other operating activities of the new group remained unchanged, with manufacturing, design and engineering facilities remaining in Turin, Italy, Auburn Hills, Michigan, United States
United States
and other locations worldwide, including Canada, India, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Poland, and China. Board of Directors Executive members of the FCA Board of Directors as of October 2014 are John Elkann
John Elkann
(Chairman) and Sergio Marchionne
Sergio Marchionne
(Chief Executive Officer), with non-executive directors Ronald L. Thompson, Andrea Agnelli, Tiberto Brandolini d'Adda, Glenn Earle, Valerie A. Mars, Ruth J. Simmons, Patience Wheatcroft, Stephen Wolf and Ermenegildo Zegna, CEO of Ermenegildo Zegna.[12] Subsidiaries[edit] FCA carries out its mass-market automotive operations through two main subsidiaries: FCA Italy (previously Fiat
Fiat
Group Automobiles)[13] and FCA US
FCA US
(previously Chrysler
Chrysler
Group).[14] Both name changes were announced in December 2014. FCA Italy includes the Italian-based brands that include Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Fiat
Fiat
Professional, Lancia
Lancia
and the engine manufacturing subsidiary VM Motori.[15] FCA US
FCA US
includes the American-based brands that include Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram, plus the Mopar
Mopar
service and parts organization. Other companies include luxury car (Maserati) and components (Magneti Marelli, Automotive Lighting) manufacturers as well as firms working on production automation (Comau) and metal foundry (Teksid, 84.8% share). Other joint ventures and subsidiaries are undertaken via the FCA Italy and FCA US
FCA US
companies. In January 2016, Ferrari
Ferrari
became a separate investment of Exor, siding with FCA and CNH, after FCA listed 10% of the company on the NYSE in October 2015, and then distributed their remaining 80% stake in Ferrari
Ferrari
to FCA shareholders.[8] FCA also operated in the print media and advertising fields through its Italiana Editrice subsidiary (publisher of the Italian La Stampa and Il Secolo XIX
Il Secolo XIX
newspapers) and an interest in RCS Media Group. In March 2017, FCA was a stakeholder in the creation of Italy's largest media group GEDI Gruppo Editoriale, created by the merger of Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso publishing L'espresso
L'espresso
and La Repubblica with Italiana Editrice (ITEDI), of which FCA held 77% of the shares and which publishes the Torino daily La Stampa
La Stampa
and Il Secolo XIX. Subsequently, FCA divested from publishing by distributing their shares to its own shareholders, again mainly Exor, so to concentrate on automobile business. Exor sold their shares in GEDI right after getting them. History[edit] The integration between Fiat
Fiat
and Chrysler
Chrysler
dates back to 2009 after Chrysler
Chrysler
filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization on 30 April 2009. On 10 June 2009, Chrysler
Chrysler
emerged from the bankruptcy proceedings with the United Auto Workers pension fund, Fiat, and the U.S. and Canadian governments as principal owners. Over the next few years, Fiat
Fiat
gradually acquired the other parties' shares to take majority ownership of the company, and on 21 January 2014 Fiat completed the acquisition of the remaining 41.5% from the United Auto Workers, making Chrysler Group
Chrysler Group
a wholly owned subsidiary.[16] Overall, to acquire Chrysler
Chrysler
cost Fiat
Fiat
US$4.9 billion, with an additional US$5.5 billion pension liability.[17] On 29 January 2014 Fiat
Fiat
announced a reorganization and intended merger into a new holding company. Fiat S.p.A.
Fiat S.p.A.
and Chrysler Group
Chrysler Group
LLC merged into FCA on 12 October 2014 following approval of the board on 15 June 2014 and shareholders on 1 August 2014.[18] On 29 October 2014 the group announced the intention to separate Ferrari
Ferrari
S.p.A. from FCA. The transaction was completed on 3 January 2016.[19] On July 14, 2015, Fiat
Fiat
Chrysler
Chrysler
Automobiles NV chief executive Sergio Marchionne and Dennis Williams, President of the United Auto Workers (UAW) entered into negotiations on July 14, 2015.[20] As negotiations between the UAW and "Detroit Three automakers" began, "Marchionne leaned in to embrace Williams in a hug seen "round the world," shocking some union members.[20] When Marchionne made the announcement on January 8, 2017 that Chrysler
Chrysler
planned to add 2,000 jobs and invest $1 billion to manufacture the Jeep
Jeep
Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer
Grand Wagoneer
at the Warren Truck Assembly and to make a new Jeep
Jeep
Wrangler pickup at its Toledo Assembly South plant in Toledo, Ohio
Toledo, Ohio
by 2020, Marchionne credited the decision to the negotiations with Williams that began in 2015.[21][22] On January 13, 2017, the company came under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department due to allegedly failing to disclose software that violated emissions standards and allowed vehicles to exceed pollution limits.[23] On May 23, 2017, the Justice Department filed a civil lawsuit alleging that FCA "used a 'defeat device' to circumvent emission controls" in more than 100,000 vehicles between 2014 and 2016.[24] Five-year plan (2014–2018)[edit] On May 6, 2014, Fiat
Fiat
Chrysler
Chrysler
Automobiles announced its 5-year business plan.[25] The company expects that sales will increase to 7 million units, revenues to €132 billion, net income to €5 billion and industrial debt will peak at €11 billion in 2015, and then reduce to €0.5-1 billion by end of 2018.[26] The Group updated its business plan targets in January 2016 at the time FY 2015 were announced. Much of the global growth will be focused around Jeep, due to its high visibility globally as well as the growing SUV market in developing markets. Chrysler
Chrysler
will be re-positioned as the company's mainstream North American brand to compete with Ford, Chevrolet, Toyota, and Volkswagen, while Dodge
Dodge
will focus on performance-based vehicles. Alfa Romeo will become the company's premium marque to compete with Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi, while Maserati
Maserati
will be the company's ultra-luxury brand to compete with Bentley and Rolls-Royce. Fiat (which will remain the company's mainstream brand outside North America) and Ram Trucks
Ram Trucks
will remain largely unchanged, while SRT was merged back into Dodge.[27] Conspicuously absent in the announcement was Lancia, which was later confirmed to be withdrawing from all markets outside Italy
Italy
.[28] Alfa Romeo[edit] In 2014, Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo
launched the 4C and 4C Spider in the United States. In 2015, the new Giulia was announced. Additional vehicles such as an SUV named Stelvio were launched in 2016 and more are planned for the subsequent years. Chrysler[edit] In 2014, Chrysler
Chrysler
released a refreshed 300/300C, set by FCA to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show. , A new Chrysler
Chrysler
Pacifica In 2017, the Chrysler
Chrysler
200 will be discontinued. In 2018, an all-new 300/300C will launch, along with an all-new mid-size crossover.[25] Dodge[edit] The first announcement was that the SRT brand was to be put back into Dodge. In 2015, the refreshed Charger launched along with the refreshed Challenger (and equivalent SRT version). The Dodge
Dodge
Charger SRT Hellcat and Challenger SRT Hellcat were also launched.[29][30] 2014 was also the last model year for the Dodge
Dodge
Avenger. In 2016, the new Dodge
Dodge
Dart (and Dodge
Dodge
Dart SRT) was to be launched, along with a new Dodge
Dodge
Journey. The two models have since been either slated for discontinuation ( Dodge
Dodge
Dart, 2016), or the date for the redesigned version was pushed back ( Dodge
Dodge
Journey, 2018). In speculation, in 2017, a new Dodge
Dodge
Journey SRT will arrive, along with a refreshed Dodge
Dodge
Durango. In 2018, a new sedan and hatchback will launch, a new Challenger (and SRT version) will be unveiled, along with a new Charger (and SRT version). In April 2017, Dodge
Dodge
announced the release of the brand-new 2018 Dodge
Dodge
Demon. The Demon comes equipped with a 6.2L V8 HEMI mated to a 2.7L supercharger, which allows the Demon to produce 840 horsepower and 770 lb-ft of torque at the crank, which makes the Dodge
Dodge
Demon the world's fastest production vehicle. The Demon's excessive torque causes the front axle to lift off of the ground during launch. The Demon is also equipped with many other industry-first features, including a Transbrake, launch control systems, 5 point harness occupant restraints, and an HVAC system that actually produces additional horsepower by further cooling intake air.[25] Fiat[edit] In 2015, Fiat
Fiat
launched the new Fiat
Fiat
500X (produced in Melfi, Italy) and the Fiat
Fiat
Aegea (produced in Turkey by JV partner Tofas and sold in Europe under the Fiat
Fiat
Tipo nameplate and Mexico
Mexico
as the Dodge Neon).[25] Maserati[edit] In 2014, the Maserati
Maserati
GranTurismo and GranCabrio will see the end of the nameplate (until 2018). In 2016, the new Maserati
Maserati
Levante SUV was launched. In 2018, a new GranTurismo will be launched with a 560-horsepower V8 and rear wheel drive. Between 2014-2018, the top of the line Maserati
Maserati
Quattroporte GTS will be receiving a 560-horsepower V8 with all-wheel drive to replace the current 523 horsepower V8 with rear wheel drive in the GTS model. The top of the line Ghiblis and Levantes will be receiving the same setup as the Quattroporte. In 2020, the Maserati
Maserati
Alfieri will be launched. The car was originally going to be released in 2016, but was postponed to allow the Levante to be launched for 2016. The year after in 2021, a convertible variant of the Alfieri will be launched. The top of the line Alfieri will be receiving a 520-horsepower V6 with all-wheel drive.[25] Jeep[edit] In 2014, the new Jeep
Jeep
Renegade launches. After a long absence in the Malaysian market, Jeep
Jeep
has once again landed in Malaysia. DRB-Hicom is exclusively appointed by Fiat
Fiat
Chrysler
Chrysler
to distribute the brand’s cars in Malaysia.[31] In 2015, the Jeep
Jeep
Grand Cherokee will be refreshed, and Fan Bingbing, Tina Fey, Sandra Bullock, Julia Roberts and Cate Blanchett
Cate Blanchett
will promote as the brand ambassadors. 2016 marks the 75th anniversary of Jeep, and the Jeep
Jeep
Compass and Jeep
Jeep
Patriot will see their last model year, and a new SUV will be launched, along with a refreshed Jeep
Jeep
Cherokee. In 2017, the Jeep
Jeep
Renegade will be refreshed, a new Jeep
Jeep
Wrangler will be launched, and the new Grand Cherokee will be launched. In 2018, a Jeep
Jeep
Grand Wagoneer
Grand Wagoneer
will be launched to compete with luxury SUVs, such as the Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Range Rover luxury SUVs.[25] Ram[edit] In 2014, a ProMaster van was launched, along with the smaller ProMaster City, derived from Fiat
Fiat
Ducato and Fiat
Fiat
Doblò respectively.[25] In 2017, a new Ram 1500 will be launched, and a commercial light-duty truck will be refreshed. In 2018, a new Ram HD will be launched, along with a commercial heavy-duty truck, and Ram chassis cab will receive a major update.[25] Financial results[edit] In 2015 worldwide shipments were 4.6 million units, revenues totaled €113.2 billion, up 18% (+6% at constant exchange rates, or CER), adjusted EBIT was €5.3 billion, up 40% and Adjusted net profit was €2.0 billion, up 91%.[32] Logo[edit] The new FCA logo was created by the Italian branding company Robilant Associati,[33][34] ending the use of the Fiat S.p.A.
Fiat S.p.A.
logo and Chrysler Pentastar logo for group branding.[35]

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Company Auburn Automobile Avanti Motor Corporation Avery BMC Carbon Motors Corporation Checker Motors Corporation Clydesdale Motor Truck Company Commonwealth Cord Case CNH Global Duesenberg Durant

Flint Locomobile Mason Rugby Star

Excalibur FCA US

Eagle Plymouth Street & Racing Technology (still used as a trim for dodge vehicles)

Fiberfab Fitch Four Drive Fisker Automotive Fisker Coachbuild Force Protection Ford

Continental Edsel Mercury

General Motors

Cartercar Elmore GM Diesel Geo Hummer LaSalle Marquette McLaughlin Oakland Oldsmobile Pontiac Saturn Scripps-Booth Sheridan Viking Yellow Coach

Green Vehicles Grumman Henney International Harvester Jeffery Kaiser-Frazer

Allstate Frazer Henry J Kaiser Willys

Marathon Motor Works Marmon

Roosevelt

Marvel Motors Matbro Mercer Monaco Coach Muntz Car
Car
Company North American Bus Industries Oliver Farm Equipment Packard Peerless Motor Company Pierce-Arrow Sebring Vanguard Sterling Trucks Studebaker

Erskine Rockne

Stutz Twentieth Century Motor Car
Car
Corporation United Defense VL White Wildfire

Defunct factories

Brampton Assembly (AMC) Diamond-Star Motors Fiat
Fiat
Chrysler
Chrysler
factories closed Ford
Ford
factories closed General Motors
General Motors
factories closed NUMMI Packard
Packard
Automotive Plant Volkswagen Westmoreland Assembly

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(1)Although New Flyer is Canadian, their Subsidiaries, NABI and Motor Coach Industries, are headquartered in the U.S.

(2)Former meaning the company is no longer in the automotive manufacturing business

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