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French investigation into emissions cheating widens to include Fiat Chrysler

Added: 22.03.2017 13:02 | 8 views | 0 comments

Fiat Chrysler is the latest automaker to be ensnared in a growing French investigation into diesel emissions cheating.

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Fiat Chrysler diesel emissions investigated in France

Added: 21.03.2017 20:12 | 20 views | 0 comments

A French prosecuting magistrate opens an investigation into claims that the carmaker broke emissions tests.

From: www.bbc.co.uk

Fiat Chrysler under investigation in France for emissions cheating, report says

Added: 21.03.2017 19:19 | 4 views | 0 comments

A French prosecutor has opened an investigation into FCA over allegations that the carmaker cheated in diesel emission tests, Reuters reported.

From: www.autonews.com

French prosecutor opens Fiat Chrysler emissions investigation: source

Added: 21.03.2017 18:20 | 2 views | 0 comments

A French prosecutor has opened an investigation into Fiat Chrysler over allegations that the carmaker cheated in diesel emission tests, a judicial source said on Tuesday.

From: www.channelnewsasia.com

Fiat Chrysler boss says 'waiting in anticipation' to meet VW chief

Added: 21.03.2017 15:05 | 1 views | 0 comments

Fiat Chrysler Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said on Tuesday he was looking forward to meeting Volkswagen boss Matthias Mueller to discuss a possible tie-up between the two carmakers but added he hadn't seen his counterpart in six to seven months.

From: www.channelnewsasia.com

Match game: Volkswagen may be interested in merging with Fiat Chrysler, too

Added: 17.03.2017 14:51 | 5 views | 0 comments


A week ago, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' merger-minded CEO, Sergio Marchionne, said that he fully expected Volkswagen to come a-courtin' "at the relevant time". This week, Volkswagen CEO Matthias Muller confirmed that, yeah, he might be interested in a hook-up, too. That's a rapid about-face for Muller. Last week, as Marchionne was making his comments from the floor of the Geneva Motor Show, Muller was elsewhere in the room, insisting that Volkswagen "wasn't ready" to discuss such matters.  But as anyone who's ever flirted knows, nothing's quite as attractive as being wanted. We don't know precisely what altered Muller's attitude--maybe it was Marchionne's unabashed interest, or maybe it was something in Volkswagen's annual report that Muller had shared with the press just before making his comments. Whatever brought about the change, though, it appears the door is now open for a European meeting of the minds.  That said, Muller was a bit miffed to be hearing about Marchionne's comments through the media instead of from CEO himself. Maybe that will persuade Marchionne to pick up the phone--or perhaps fire off an email, as he did to General Motors' Mary Barra two years ago. Our take As we said before, a Volkswagen/FCA merger could be a win-win for both companies. FCA would gain market share in Europe, Volkswagen would see growth in the U.S., and both would benefit from improved economies of scale. Volkswagen would also have access to FCA's Ram and Jeep platforms, upon which it could build much-needed trucks and SUVs for American consumers.  Also, while neither company has been at the forefront of developments in electric vehicles or self-driving technology, if the two pooled their resources (and reached out to FCA's new BFF, Waymo), they might be able to do some catching up.

[Investigation] Much remains unclear after German-Italian spat on Fiat

Added: 17.03.2017 8:27 | 8 views | 0 comments

The Germand and Italian governments “have found a common understanding on the need for Fiat to take measures”, but an accusation of cheating still hangs in the air.

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Match game: Volkswagen may be interested in merging with Fiat Chrysler, too

Added: 16.03.2017 4:41 | 4 views | 0 comments


A week ago, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' merger-minded CEO, Sergio Marchionne, said that he fully expected Volkswagen to come a-courtin' "at the relevant time". This week, Volkswagen CEO Matthias Muller confirmed that, yeah, he might be interested in a hook-up, too. That's a rapid about-face for Muller. Last week, as Marchionne was making his comments from the floor of the Geneva Motor Show, Muller was elsewhere in the room, insisting that Volkswagen "wasn't ready" to discuss such matters.  But as anyone who's ever flirted knows, nothing's quite as attractive as being wanted. We don't know precisely what altered Muller's attitude--maybe it was Marchionne's unabashed interest, or maybe it was something in Volkswagen's annual report that Muller had shared with the press just before making his comments. Whatever brought about the change, though, it appears the door is now open for a European meeting of the minds.  That said, Muller was a bit miffed to be hearing about Marchionne's comments through the media instead of from CEO himself. Maybe that will persuade Marchionne to pick up the phone--or perhaps fire off an email, as he did to General Motors' Mary Barra two years ago. Our take As we said before, a Volkswagen/FCA merger could be a win-win for both companies. FCA would gain market share in Europe, Volkswagen would see growth in the U.S., and both would benefit from improved economies of scale. Volkswagen would also have access to FCA's Ram and Jeep platforms, upon which it could build much-needed trucks and SUVs for American consumers.  Also, while neither company has been at the forefront of developments in electric vehicles or self-driving technology, if the two pooled their resources (and reached out to FCA's new BFF, Waymo), they might be able to do some catching up.

Marchionne has 'zero interest' in pursuing VW merger

Added: 15.03.2017 20:23 | 3 views | 0 comments

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said he has "zero interest" in pursuing a merger with Volkswagen AG, despite bringing up the possibility earlier this month.

From: www.autonews.com

FCA CEO: 'zero interest' in pursuing merger talks with VW CEO

Added: 15.03.2017 20:05 | 2 views | 0 comments

The top executive of automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said on Wednesday that he has "zero interest in pursuing" merger talks with his counterpart at Volkswagen AG

From: www.channelnewsasia.com

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