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MessaggioInviato: ven mag 03, 2019 8:59 am 
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Il Basso di Genova ha scritto:
.. e non potrebbero investire in automobili adesso?


Il piano del 2018 prevede massicci investimenti in Alfa, Maserati, Jeep e RAM mentre gli altri marchi rimarranno al palo.
Purtroppo per loro il rallentamento del mercato americano potrebbe costringerli a rivedere i piani.


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MessaggioInviato: ven mag 03, 2019 1:46 pm 
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Ma in Alfa e Maserati non è tutto fermo?


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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Mike Manley said he sees “very significant opportunities” to partner with other automakers on autonomy and electrification projects in the next two to three years.

Fiat is seeking to fix a business that is losing money in Asia and Europe while sales in North America, which generates the lion’s share of the company’s profits, are slowing. Manley told analysts Friday on a conference call he’s open to striking a deal with peers as European operations struggle with high labor costs at production sites in Italy and spending on electrification surges.

Manley, who succeeded Sergio Marchionne in July a few days before he died, is already expanding his collaboration on high-margin commercial vans in Europe with PSA Group.

The CEO said he would “absolutely” consider using PSA’s electric-vehicle architecture as the automaker works to meet tougher emissions rules in the region. The company is exploring a partnership with PSA to collaborate on a “super platform,” Bloomberg reported March 30.

Fiat will spend $2 billion over the next three years on regulatory emissions credits to ensure it’s compliant as it rolls out a slew of new plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles, whose appeal to consumers is still uncertain.


“I believe the next two to three years are going to yield very significant opportunities” to partner with other automakers, Manley said on an earnings call Friday. “FCA will be playing an active, constructive role in how that future is defined.”

Fiat shares jumped 6.2 percent to $15.97 in New York, the biggest rally since January on an intraday basis, as investors shrugged off lower-than-expected first-quarter profit and focused on Manley’s confirmation of 2019 earnings targets. The stock pared its losses in the past three months to 6.9 percent, versus a 3.9 percent average gain among industry peers.

Adjusted earnings before interest and taxes fell 29 percent from a year ago to 1.07 billion euros ($1.2 billion) in the first quarter, missing analyst estimates ranging from 1.19 billion euros to 1.82 billion euros. Manley said a new Jeep pickup and heavy-duty Ram truck will boost sales and profit margins in the second half of the year.

“The results are slightly below my expectations but they’re not a significant surprise,” Marco Opipari, an analyst with Fidentiis in Milan, said by phone. “The market is more focused on guidance at this point.”


Europe lost 19 million euros in the first quarter as volumes sank and the company continued to search for cost cuts as tougher emissions regulations force the automaker to spend more on electrification. Fiat is pooling its European fleet with Tesla in a multi-year deal that will likely cost it hundreds of millions of dollars.

Manley’s other turnaround project is the high-end Maserati brand, which saw global sales tumble 32 percent in the first quarter and adjusted profit plunge 87 percent to 11 million euros. He installed a new brand chief, Chief Technology Officer Harald Wester, in October to work on reducing bloated inventories. That process should drag on through the first half of 2019, Manley has said, and is also hampered by a lack of new products.

Profit in North America fell as U.S. deliveries slipped three percent in the first quarter, with only the Ram brand posting volume growth, though higher prices are bolstering results. Manley warned in February that the first half of 2019 would be weaker than a year ago because the company is no longer benefiting from selling two versions of its Jeep Wrangler -- the latest generation and a now-retired predecessor model.


Fiat’s business in Asia lost money for the fourth consecutive quarter as vehicle shipments fell 30 percent in China. The company announced a restructuring of Fiat’s Chinese joint venture with Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. this week, consolidating sales operations and appointing new leadership to “more rapidly respond” to changes in the local market. Jeep brand sales have been a disappointment in China, which is experiencing its first auto sales slowdown in almost three decades.

Manley si è dichiarato interessato ad ottenere la licenza per il pianale elettrico di PSA utilizzato per i veicoli commerciali. Il non sviluppare nuove tecnologie ha un costo dato che FCA dovrà sborsare più di 2 miliardi di euro in 3 anni per comprare crediti nei principali mercati.


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MessaggioInviato: sab mag 04, 2019 2:30 pm 
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daimlerchrysler ha scritto:
Manley si è dichiarato interessato ad ottenere la licenza per il pianale elettrico di PSA utilizzato per i veicoli commerciali. Il non sviluppare nuove tecnologie ha un costo dato che FCA dovrà sborsare più di 2 miliardi di euro in 3 anni per comprare crediti nei principali mercati.
Quanto costerebbe investire in nuove tecnologie dal dubbio futuro? In altre parole, non è che costi meno pagare crediti e teconlogie per andare avanti quei pochi anni che serviranno a smascherare la grande fake elettrica? (ok, io non ci credo per nulla al'elettrico e lo si nota :ridi )


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MessaggioInviato: sab mag 04, 2019 2:40 pm 
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Il problema è che oltre a pagare i crediti FCA deve comunque produrre auto elettriche. Se potessero eviterebbero la Pacifica ibrida e la 500 elettrica. Tra l’altro se il petrolio continua a salire la scelta di FCA di buttarsi esclusivamente sui Trucks potrebbe comportare guai.


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MessaggioInviato: lun mag 06, 2019 7:13 am 
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Tyreal_Reloaded ha scritto:
Ma in Alfa e Maserati non è tutto fermo?

Più o meno la situazione è che per fiat stanno lavorando sulla nuova 500 elettrica, essenziale per mirafiori e Cig, che cmq sarà ancora derivata dall'attuale, non sarà tutta nuova quindi.
Maserati al lavoro sulla nuova coupè finalmente non solo a combustione tradizionale e da questa forse deriverà una nuova gamma.
Alfa mah... Unica notizia che gira è che non verranno più progettate a modena dove resterà solo maserati...

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MessaggioInviato: sab mag 11, 2019 12:09 pm 
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MILAN — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to spend 1.8 billion euros ($2 billion) in the next three years to buy so-called regulatory credits to minimize the amount of emission-related fines it will pay in Europe and the U.S.

The figure was revealed by Chief Financial Officer Richard Palmer on May 3 during a conference call with analysts to discuss FCA’s first-quarter results.

Including 600 million euros ($670 million) spent in 2018, FCA is poised to spend at least 2.4 billion euros ($2.7 billion) from 2018 through 2021 on emission fines and regulatory-credit purchases. Based on what Palmer told analysts on the conference call, this is the complete picture:

After various deals with Tesla and other carmakers, FCA has committed 1.8 billion euros to buy regulatory credits over three years, 2019-21.
This year FCA will bear compliance costs of 120 million euros ($134 million) in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Those costs will be higher next year, although the pooling agreement with Tesla is expected to significantly mitigate the increase. FCA CEO Mike Manley told analysts that without that agreement with Tesla, the EMEA compliance costs would have been close to 390 million euros ($436 million) in 2019.
Last year FCA had cash outlays, between credits and compliance payments, of about 600 million euros. That figure, which includes the U.S., will rise “moderately” this year.
According to analysts from PA Consulting Group, FCA's carbon dioxide emissions in Europe will fall to 98.5 g/km by 2021 from 120 g/km now, meaning the automaker will miss its regulatory target of 91.8 g/km. This leaves FCA at risk of an European Union fine of 700 million euro ($780 million) penalty in 2021, PA Consulting said in a report.

The agreement signed with Tesla on pooling CO2 emissions in Europe significantly reduces this risk. The final result for FCA, though, will depend on how successful Tesla will be in Europe.

FCA sold 21,446 cars in Europe in the first quarter, according to JATO Dynamics. Sales more than tripled from 6,228 in 2018, thanks to the successful launch of the Model 3 midsize sedan.

According to Chrysler Group reports and Automotive News calculations, FCA had already spent more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) in regulatory credits through 2017, mainly buying from Tesla within the U.S. regulatory credit-trading system managed by the Environmental Protection Agency.

In the first quarter of 2019 alone, Tesla booked $200.6 million in revenue from the sale of regulatory credits.

The sum spent by FCA in fines and credit purchases compares with 9 billion euros ($10 billion) that it has promised to invest in the electrification of its product range within the 2018-22 business plan.

Manley told analysts that the credit purchases “are designed to minimize FCA’s cost of compliance and provide it with a strong hedge against a potential for a lower price recovery in the market than the cost of the technology.”

Following the strategy worked out by the late Sergio Marchionne, Manley thinks carmakers will initially have to sell electric vehicles at a loss, making the strategy of buying credits and paying the residual fines financially more viable.

Manley told analysts that the purchase of CO2 credits “is a complementary action to our investment and deployment of our electrified fleet, which will reach 17 nameplates by 2022. And it will bridge the period until we see the market acceptance, technology cost and infrastructure development reaching the point that may make the sale of heavily electrified vehicles more financially rational.”

As for the Europe, Middle East and Afica region, Manley said the Jeep Renegade and Compass plug-in hybrids will start production in early 2020, to be followed by the new Fiat 500 BEV and 10 additional launches of EVs over the following two years.

No mention was made of mild hybrids (gasoline engines with a starter/alternator powered by a 48-volt battery), which had a relevant role in the plan presented last June in Balocco, Italy. The first of those vehicles — the Ram 1500 pickup — was launched last year in the U.S.

How will the new technologies and purchases of regulatory credits split the burden of reaching CO2 compliance levels in Europe?

This year, Manley said, most of the burden will fall on purchasing credits (80 percent) and the rest on technological improvements to the current product range. As electrified vehicles are launched in 2020, their role will grow.

By 2021, Manley said, 40 percent of the compliance will come from conventional technology, 45 percent from electrification and 15 percent from purchased credits. By 2022, he said, the need for pooling deals will be “very, very small.”


Qualche dettaglio in più sulla strategia di FCA riguardo il mantenimento delle regole di emissioni. Dal 2019 al 2021 il costruttore italoamericano dovrà sostenere gli sforzi finanziari maggiori per comprare i crediti da Tesla e altri mentre a partire dal 2021 grazie alle Jeep ibride e alla 500 elettrica man mano FCA riuscirà ad affrancarsi dall’ aiuto esterno.


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MessaggioInviato: sab mag 11, 2019 1:06 pm 
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[color=#80BF00]marchionne aveva addirittura pronta una scalata ostile. Nel 2015 e nel 2017 fu tentata la strada Vw, inutilmente.[/quote]
Ma come nel 2017 si parlava di vw.... :-) :-) ma guarda un po' :-)

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MessaggioInviato: sab mag 11, 2019 3:52 pm 
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Quando Mary Barra rifiutò persino di discutere con Marchionne da Torino si fece ventilare la possibilità di una scalata ostile. Secondo il libro di Eberhardt questa era ben più di una possibilità e furono gli Elkann a bloccare il tentativo. Le indiscrezioni su un’alleanza con Vw si rincorrono da anni, dopo il dieselgate forse Marchionne pensava di avere un maggiore potere di trattativa.


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Maserati will use BMW self-driving technology

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A custom Maserati Levante S Q4 GranSport was displayed during the 2019 New York auto show last month.

Maserati will be the first of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' brands to use self-driving technology being developed with BMW, FCA Chairman John Elkann said in a speech in Turin, Italy.

The technology will offer assisted-driving features on highways, Elkann told an industry group Monday, without specifying a date for deployment in Maserati vehicles.

Fiat Chrysler joined the self-driving technology consortium led by BMW in 2017. It also has autonomous vehicle development partnerships with Google affiliate Waymo and auto supplier Aptiv.

Luxury sports-car brand Maserati, which saw its sales plunge 32 percent in the first three months, has been struggling with a lack of new product and a sharp drop in demand from China.



Elkann ha dichiarato che Maserati userà tecnologie di guida autonoma provenienti dal gruppo BMW.


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