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Серджио Маркионне
26 января, 21:33

Fiat Chrysler Ready To Move Pickup Trucks From Mexico If Trump Plays Cards Right

FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne hints that production of heavy-duty Ram pickups could move back to Michigan if economic policies like tax reform and fewer regulations make it more attractive.

25 января, 08:30

Trump talks to U.S. automakers, pushes for new American plants

U.S. President Donald Trump urged the chief executives of the Big Three U.S. automakers on Tuesday to build more cars in the country, pressing his pledge to bring jobs to America and discourage the car industry from investing in Mexico. Trump, who has threatened to impose 35 percent tariffs on imported vehicles, opened a White House meeting with General Motors Co CEO Mary Barra, Ford Motor Co's Mark Fields and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's Sergio Marchionne by saying he wanted to see more auto plants in the United States.

24 января, 18:03

Trump: Environmental regulations are 'out of control'

Environmental regulations are “out of control,” President Donald Trump said Tuesday.Speaking at a roundtable with automobile industry leaders, Trump announced “a very big push” from his administration to have companies produce products in the U.S.“Our friends that wanna build in the United States, they go many, many years and then they can’t get the environmental permit over something that nobody ever heard of before,” he said. “And it’s absolutely crazy. I am, to a large extent, an environmentalist. I believe in it. But it’s out of control.”Trump said his administration will restore manufacturing jobs “big league,” slash taxes “very substantially” and curb unnecessary regulations. “We want regulations, but we want real regulations that mean something,” he maintained, pledging to simplify the process for auto companies and other manufacturers that want to do business in the U.S.Trump added that the U.S. will transform from “very inhospitable to extremely hospitable” and expressed confidence that America will go down in history as one of the friendliest nations in the world.“We’re gonna make a very short process, and we’re going to either give you your permits or we’re not gonna give you your permits,” he said. “But you’re gonna know very quickly. And generally speaking, we’re gonna be giving you your permits. So we’re gonna be very friendly.”Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motor Company, later told reporters that the auto executives are encouraged by Trump’s economic policies, including his executive action Monday to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.“We appreciate the president’s courage to walk away from a bad trade deal,” he said. “So I think as an industry, we’re excited about working together with the president and his administration on tax policies, on regulation and on trade, to really create a renaissance in American manufacturing.”In addition to Fields, the roster of auto executives who met with Trump included Mary T. Barra of General Motors Company, former Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt of American Automotive Policy Council, Craig B. Glidden of General Motors Company, Roger Shane Karr of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Sergio Marchionne of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Ziad S. Ojakli of Ford Motor Company. Tara Palmeri contributed to this report.

13 января, 21:13

"Дизельгейт" затронул Fiat Chrysler и Renault - corporate

Итало-американский автомобильный концерн Fiat Chrysler отверг обвинения федерального агентства США по охране окружающей среды в манипуляциях с показателями выхлопов. Глава автоконцерна Серджио Маркионне заявил, что обвинения американского ведомства несправедливо "раздуты до невероятных масштабов" и отметил, что Fiat Chrysler "будет работать с новой администрацией" избранного главы государства Дональда Трампа с тем, чтобы попытаться "закрыть данный вопрос". Аналитик Autotrader Мишель Кребс гов… ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2017/01/13/fiat-chrysler-and-renault-protest-innocence-over-emissions euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 13 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews

13 января, 20:02

Fiat Tumbles (Again) As DOJ Prepares Criminal Emissions Probe

A day after the EPA announced their probe of Fiat Chrysler's alleged "cheating" over diesel emissions tests, the company now faces criminal charges as the US department of Justice has joined the probe. As Bloomberg reports, Fiat Chrysler is now also under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department over its alleged failure to disclose software that violated emissions standards, according to people familiar with the matter, another legal hurdle for a company already under criminal scrutiny for its sales practices. The possibility of a criminal action over diesel emissions violations comes after the Environmental Protection Agency said on Thursday it found software in 104,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Ram 1500s that allowed the automaker to exceed pollution limits on the road.   The criminal investigation shows the U.S. is pressing ahead on cases of alleged efforts to rig emissions testing in the waning days of the Obama administration. It isn’t clear where the inquiry stands. And the share price is fading back towards yesterday's lows...   The U.S. investigation of Fiat Chrysler involves fewer vehicles than VW, said one of the people, who asked not to be named because the probe is confidential. The U.S. case against VW, which led to criminal charges and $4.3 billion in penalties earlier this week, centered on VW employees’ efforts to design a system that would evade U.S. environmental testing and then conspired to cover up its use when regulators began asking about it. Fiat Chrysler’s Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne said Thursday during a call with reporters the matter "has nothing to do" with VW.  He said the software wasn’t intended to bypass emissions tests or operate differently in evaluation than in real-world use, calling such allegations “absolute nonsense.”   "We are confident that no one at FCA committed any fraud or tried not to be compliant," Marchionne said. "We may be technically deficient but not immoral. We never installed any defeat device." Marchionne told the reporters he presumed the Justice Department was also investigating.

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13 января, 10:04

Fiat Chrysler CEO says EPA development won't impact targets - La Repubblica

MILAN, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Accusations by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles violated emissions laws will not have any impact on the carmaker's business plan targets, CEO Sergio Marchionne told La Repubblica newspaper on Friday.

12 января, 19:15

Another Big Automaker Just Fell Into Its Own 'Dieselgate' Scandal

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Volkswagen may not be the only automaker manipulating its diesel efficiency ratings. Environmental Protection Agency officials accused Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Thursday of using software that allowed excess diesel emissions in about 104,000 vehicles. Two unnamed sources told Reuters the alleged emissions cheat affects a number of trucks and SUVs built since 2014. EPA officials on a call with reporters Thursday said the alleged issue applies to 2014, 2015 and 2016 models of Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Ram trucks with 3-liter diesel engines. The agency described the hidden software as an “undisclosed emission control device” and challenged Fiat Chrysler to prove it isn’t a so-called defeat device ― that is, one explicitly designed to circumvent emissions standards. An EPA spokeswoman said the trucks and SUVs are safe to drive. “If you own one of these vehicles,” she said, “no immediate action is required from you.” The agency is still investigating the matter, but said the software represents “a clear and serious violation of the U.S. Clean Air Act.” While apparently similar to the “Dieselgate” scandal that engulfed Volkswagen and led to a $4.3 billion settlement Wednesday, Fiat Chrysler’s problem, as described by the EPA, is substantially smaller in scope. VW installed emissions-defeating software on 11 million vehicles, compared to the 104,000 FCA vehicles the EPA says contain illicit software. Fiat Chrysler faces fines of up to $44,000 per vehicle sold in violation of the rules. Sergio Marchionne, Fiat Chrysler’s CEO, strongly denied the allegations and said the company has complied with EPA requests. “We have done nothing that is illegal,” he said, according to Reuters. “There was never any intent of creating conditions that were designed to defeat the testing process. This is absolute nonsense.” Trading in Fiat Chrysler stock was halted Thursday morning after shares plummeted nearly 16 percent on the news. “Failing to disclose software that affects emissions in a vehicle’s engine is a serious violation of the law, which can result in harmful pollution in the air we breathe,” Cynthia Giles, assistant administrator for the EPA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, said in a statement. “We continue to investigate the nature and impact of these devices. All automakers must play by the same rules, and we will continue to hold companies accountable that gain an unfair and illegal competitive advantage.” In a statement to The Huffington Post, the automaker said it is “disappointed” in the EPA’s decision, and indicated that it intends to fight the charges. “FCA US intends to work with the incoming administration to present its case and resolve this matter fairly and equitably and to assure the EPA and FCA US customers that the company’s diesel-powered vehicles meet all applicable regulatory requirements,” Fiat Chrysler said. “FCA US diesel engines are equipped with state-of-the-art emission control systems hardware, including selective catalytic reduction,” the statement went on. “Every auto manufacturer must employ various strategies to control tailpipe emissions in order to balance EPA’s regulatory requirements for low nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions and requirements for engine durability and performance, safety and fuel efficiency. FCA US believes that its emission control systems meet the applicable requirements.” Fiat, an Italian automaker, took a controlling stake in Chrysler in 2011 as the U.S. auto industry was climbing out of the Great Recession. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

10 января, 09:20

Fiat Chrysler уйдет из Мексики в случае повышения ввозных пошлин

Итало-американский концерн Fiat Chrysler может закрыть производство автомобилей в Мексике, если ввозные пошлины в США собранных за границей машин, будут чрезмерно повышены. Об этом заявил глава автоконцерна Серджо Маркионне на Североамериканском международном автосалоне в Детройте. Повысить ввозные пошлины обещал Дональд Трамп. По словам Маркионне, если пошлины на импортируемые автомобили поднимут до такой степени, "что это сделает производство в Мексике экономически

10 января, 01:00

Fiat Chrysler может свернуть производство в Мексике, если Трамп повысит таможенные пошлины

Глава автоконцерна Серджо Маркионне считает, что необходимо подождать прихода избранного президента в Белый дом и узнать, как он смотрит на импорт

09 января, 21:36

Fiat CEO Warns May Shut All Mexico Production If Trump Tariff Too High

Agree with his proposed policies or not, it's difficult to argue that Trump is delivering on his promises to the autoworkers of the Midwest who single-handedly voted him into the White House.  Before even taking office, the mere threat of import tariffs has caused Ford to cancel the construction of a $1.6 billion new facility in Mexico, and has automotive CEO's from Toyota to Chrysler walking on eggshells as they carefully try to flaunt all of the capital investments they're making in U.S.-based facilities. While likely secretly hoping for the status quo, Fiat Chrysler's U.S. CEO, Sergio Marchionne, admitted earlier today that if Trump's import tariffs are "sufficiently large" he would be forced to shutter all of his manufacturing capacity in Mexico as it would be rendered "uneconomical."  Per the FT: Fiat Chrysler may close its Mexican car plants if Donald Trump imposes sufficiently stringent tariffs on vehicles coming into the US, chief executive Sergio Marchionne said on Monday.   “It’s possible that if economic tariffs are imposed…and are sufficiently large, it will make production of anything in mexico uneconomical and we would have to withdraw,” he said in Detroit on Monday. “It’s quite possible.”   As it turns out, purchasing 18mm cars per year, even if those purchases are fueled by a massive subprime auto lending bubble, affords the U.S. some leverage on where those vehicles are manufactured.  And, as Marchionne points out, the manufacturing capacity in Mexico was specifically designed and tooled to manufacture vehicles for the U.S. market which means that attempts to "re-purpose" the facilities for the export market would almost certainly be uneconomical.  Chrysler produces 503,000 vehicles in Mexico a year at two sites and is heavily dependent on exports to the US, with 86 per cent of its cars sold to US or Canada in 2015.   Mexico’s car industry has blossomed under the North American Free Trade Agreement, with the industry making 3.4m cars a year and automakers from Ford and GM to Nissan and Volkswagen producing vehicles in the country.   But the industry is heavily reliant on access to the US and Canadian markets, accounting for 82 per cent of the country’s 2.7m exports.   “The reality is the Mexican auto industry has been tooled up to try and deal with the US market,” said Mr Marchionne at the Detroit Motor Show. “If the US market were not to be there, then the reasons for its existence are on the line.”   Some car makers, such as Nissan and Volkswagen, use Mexico as a base to export to Europe or Latin America. But Mr Marchionne said it would be too expensive to repurpose the company’s existing Mexican site to export all over the world.   “That transition would be costly and it would be very very uncertain, there is no easy transition, those plants were designed built and purposed at a time when nafta was alive and well,” he said. According to the Ann Arbor-based Center for Automotive Research, Mexico accounts for one-fifth of all vehicle production in North America and has attracted more than $24 billion in investment since 2010.  As we noted a few months ago, as of right now, this is where all of that money was spent.      And with America's United Auto Workers making just over 7x what comparable workers make to build the same products in Mexico, we suspect car shoppers in the U.S. should get accustomed to pay a little more for their Ford Focus or Chevy Cruze.

06 января, 07:42

10 Best-Selling Electric Vehicles of All Time

The competition has been fierce, but the winners are clear. Here are the 10 best-selling electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids of all time in America.

20 декабря 2016, 00:24

Google's Waymo Completes Self-Driving Pacifica Minivan Test

On Monday, Google parent Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) announced that Waymo, its new self-driving car unit--previously known as the Google Self-Driving Car Project--and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU) have completed their highly-anticipated production self-driving test vehicles.

28 ноября 2016, 08:59

Alfieri, электрический 2-местный концепт от Maserati, появится в продаже в 2020 году

В Maserati недавно заявили, что начнут продавать первые свои электромобили в 2020 году, и теперь мы знаем, как они будут выглядеть

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10 ноября 2016, 16:48

Каждый Ferrari рано или поздно станет гибридом

Производственные планы итальянского производителя суперкаров и стремление его главы Серджио Маркионне повысить продажи Ferrari по всему миру приведут к тому, что каждый суперкар Ferrari получит электромотор.

09 ноября 2016, 23:20

Ferrari собирается строить лишь гибридные авто

Все новые модели Ferrari, которые будут производиться с 2019 года, получат гибридные технологии. Об этом, как сообщает издание Autocar, в ходе телефонной конференции с инвесторами заявил руководитель альянса Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Серджио Маркионне.

11 октября 2016, 00:30

Maserati Electric Car Not Until 2020, Says Engineering Boss

Maserati is working on how to bring its trademark handling and performance characteristics to an electric model, but it won't be here anytime soon.

01 сентября 2016, 20:31

Dieselgate Reaches Fiat-Chrysler: Proof Of Defeat Devices Exists, German Government Says

Sergio Marchionne, checking Jeeps at the Detroit Autoshow (Photo: Jeff Kowalsky/Bloomberg) Dieselgate officially has washed up on American shores, on board the Jeep Renegade. Germany’s Ministry Of Transport has declared that Fiat-Chrysler uses illegal defeat devices in at least three models. This is the gist of an official letter sent by [...]

22 августа 2016, 21:42

Fiat Chrysler is Betting Big on the Jeep Wagoneer

It's been 25 years since the last Jeep Wagoneer hit showrooms across America, and now FCA plans on bringing it and the Grand version back as luxury options.

12 августа 2016, 13:11

10 Most Stolen New Cars in America

Here are the most stolen new cars in America, according to the latest available crime statistics.

03 июля 2016, 20:46

Why Nissan Has an Edge in 200-Mile Electric Cars

Here's how Nissan has an edge on the competition as 200-mile electric cars head to market.