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BMW is already planning the next generation of its autonomous driving system, the first of which is due to premier with the upcoming iNext.
Ferrari will likely be one of the last major exotic automakers to jump into the crossover/SUV pool.
Maserati wants to grow its business in North America and believes electric vehicles are the way to make it happen.
Fiat Chrysler is nearing the appointment of Pietro Gorlier, COO of its components business, as the new head of Europe as part of a broad reorganization that may be announced as early as this week, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Calsonic Kansei has lined up around 5 billion euros ($5.9 billion) in financing from Japanese banks to help fund its proposed acquisition of FCA's Magneti Marelli unit, Reuters reported.
Ferrari's latest special edition supercar will be called the Monza and will broaden the automaker's offering of limited models that typically earn higher margins.
Ferrari will launch the Purosangue, its much anticipated four-door utility vehicle, in 2022. The name means "thoroughbred" in Italian.
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Ferrari plans to launch 15 new models by 2022, and the company expects the average retail price for its vehicles to increase "significantly."
KKR offered less than the $6.98 billion minimum valuation Fiat Chrysler sought for Magneti Marelli, which ended the exclusivity of the talks, Bloomberg reported.
The struggling Fiat brand will get fresh product in the next several years, though it is likely to lose two of its slowest-selling models.
Uncertainty about international trade agreements and tariffs threatens to jumble FCA's pickup production plans.
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