Fiat-Chrysler’s Revised Product Plan Drops Chrysler and Dodge Models, Adds Alfas and Fiats

Under the new schedule, the four small cars previously planned for Chrysler and Dodge, two for each brand, which would have been assembled by Fiat and be launched this year, are now dead.
On the upside, the revised plan for the North American markets calls for an additional four new Fiat and two Alfa Romeo models, all due in 2015. If the plan is implemented without any disruptions (and that’s a big ‘if’), the group will add 46 new or refreshed models in its North American line-up in the next four years. 
The bulk of new models come in 2015, with three new Chryslers, two new Jeeps, one revamped RAM, one new and one revised Dodge, a revamped SRT version, six new Fiat and four new Alfa Romeo models scheduled for launch in North.


(story from Carscoop)

Fiat-Chrysler’s Revised Product Plan Drops Chrysler and Dodge Models, Adds Alfas and Fiats

Under the new schedule, the four small cars previously planned for Chrysler and Dodge, two for each brand, which would have been assembled by Fiat and be launched this year, are now dead.

On the upside, the revised plan for the North American markets calls for an additional four new Fiat and two Alfa Romeo models, all due in 2015. If the plan is implemented without any disruptions (and that’s a big ‘if’), the group will add 46 new or refreshed models in its North American line-up in the next four years.

The bulk of new models come in 2015, with three new Chryslers, two new Jeeps, one revamped RAM, one new and one revised Dodge, a revamped SRT version, six new Fiat and four new Alfa Romeo models scheduled for launch in North.

(story from Carscoop)

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