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New Chyrsler 200

It may be one of the less well fancied debuts at the Detroit Motor Show (Or North American International Auto Show, to give it its full and correct na(...)

Ford’s sales rose 2 per cent, to 218,058, also below analysts’ expectations. Photograph: Jeff Kowalsky/Bloomberg

The top four car firms in the US market missed December sales expectations, but 2013 will still easily be the best year for the industry since before (...)

The Debenhams store on Oxford Street, London. The group’s chief  financial officer resigned after  a  warning  of a  profits plunge as a hoped-for sales surge in the last week before Christmas failed to materialise. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA

World stock markets kicked off 2014 with a whimper yesterday, weighed down by disappointing Chinese manufacturing data. After their best run in 15 yea(...)

Fiat will buy the 41.46 per cent of Chrysler it does not already own, without raising funds from the stock market.

Fiat shares jumped on Thursday after it struck a $4.35 billion deal to gain full control of Chrysler Group, but doubts remained over whether the Itali(...)

The Maserati Ghibli S Q4 at the  Guangzhou 2013 Auto Show in China. Photograph: Kin Cheung/AP

Fiat is continuing to play its product plans close to its chest. At the last report it will be April before an official announcement is made regarding(...)

City cars OUR FAVOURITE: HYUNDAI I10 All superminis have relatively boxy styling but this one at least tries to soften the lines. It(...)

Fiat’s 500L Trekking

“We know where we went wrong and we’re out to fix it.” That’s the message from Fiat’s new management team in Ireland as the Italian brand makes yet an(...)

Lexus is clearly laying down a marker that it wants to compete with BMW in emotive terms with this, the new RC Coupe. Based on the IS saloon, the RC w(...)

Fiat said to be “reconsidering the benefits and costs of further expanding its relationship with us”, Chrysler said in its filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Chrysler Group was forced to file paperwork for an IPO by its second-biggest shareholder, escalating a spat with main owner Fiat SpA which said it cou(...)

Fiat owns 58.5 per cent of Chrysler and wants to buy the 41.5 per cent stake held by the UAW trust fund, called the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, to secure access to cash and technology it needs to compete against rivals.Photograph: Reuters/Tony Gentile

Chrysler Group plans to file documents this month that would allow its minority investor to sell shares in a stock market listing, a process that will(...)

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