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Critics are once again predicting the US auto industry will tank, but they should be careful of what they wish for

For 2018, automakers again posted near-record US sales. The news was greeted by a round of doomsaying about the 2019 market.
FCA's Jeep Cherokee will come online at the old factory.

Fiat Chrysler will reopen a factory in Detroit to build more SUVs: Report

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will upgrade a factory in the Detroit area, the Detroit News reported. The FCA factory has been out of action since 2012.
GM's Detroit HQ.

Ford, GM, and Fiat Chrysler are about to report earnings — here’s what to expect

The Detroit big three are expected to report solid revenues and profits — although GM and Ford could see declines from the second-quarter of 2017. FCA will have new CEO Mike Manley overseeing earnings after Sergio Marchionne fell ill.
Big and bold.

We drove a $63,000 RAM 1500 pickup truck to see why it’s part of America’s latest obsession — here’s the verdict

We jumped at the chance to sample the outgoing RAM 1500 when the carmaker flipped us the keys to a 2018 model-year tester.
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne.

Why Tesla should partner with Fiat Chrysler

Tesla could catapult FCA into the top ranks of EV purveyors — FCA hasn't been slow to move into electrification, largely due to Marchionne justified skepticism about the market.
Look out, Silverado and F-150!

Ram has finally revealed its new 1500 pickup — now the 2018 truck wars can begin

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' newest vehicle competes with the refreshed Ford F-150 and the all-new Chevy Silverado.

Wall Street wants FCA to spin off Jeep and Maserati

Future IPO spinoffs are driving Wall Street's optimism.
$20,000 in the hole.

FCA loses a staggering $20,000 on every one of its all-electric cars

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a recent speech that FCA is losing up to $20,000 a car on the electrified Fiat 500.

The Ferrari IPO is causing major headaches for other carmakers

Investors want auto companies to reorganize or be broken up to unlock value, but the track record for these moves isn't good.

Fiat Chrysler may be very close to breaking itself up

CEO Sergio Marchionne already spun off Ferrari in what turned out to be a highly profitable initial public offering in 2015.