Chrysler 200 Based Lancia Sedan May Be Dead

The Chrysler 200-based Lancia Flavia, unveiled at March’s Geneva Auto Show, may never see the light of day beyond the auto show floor, according to the latest reports from a Dutch publication.

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Sergio Marchionne Aligns Fiat And Chrysler Management

Fiat and Chrysler can get to know each other a little better, now that CEO Sergio Marchionne has introduced a single team to manage both companies.

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Concorso Italiano At Laguna Seca August 19th

On August 19th at Laguna Seca Golf Ranch, Monterey California, Concorso Italiano will open the traditional Monterey/Pebble Beach Weekend. The event will feature more than 800-1000 beautifully designed Italian cars on display. Enthusiasts can engage in conversations with fellow car lovers and enjoy Italian fashion, food and art. There will no doubt be an astonishing variety of Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s, Maserati’s, Alfa Romeo’s, Pagani’s, and Lancia’s on display  The event will run from 9:00am- 5:00 pm and admission will cost $130 per person.

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Jeep Hopes To Sell 125,000 Cars Per Year In Europe By 2014

Jeep is launching an ambitious campaign in Europe to boost sales eight-fold by 2014, with a new premium small SUV helping to lead the way.

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40 Buyers Interested In New Lancia Stratos, Priced Around $545,000

Fast forward nearly 40 years since the first Stratos was produced, and a new Stratos has come among us. This one too has a Ferrari engine and even the underpinnings of the Ferrari F430 as its basis.

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2011 Lancia Lineup of Rebadged Chryslers Revealed Ahead of Geneva Debut

As a part of Fiat’s control of Chrysler, the company will breath new life into its Lancia division by re-launching it using rebadged versions of Chrysler products – including the new 2011 300.

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Lancia-Badged Chrysler 200, 300 To Debut At Geneva Auto Show

Lancia’s version of the Chrysler 200, likely dubbed the Flavia, will debut at the Geneva Auto Show in March. While the idea of a Lancia-badged Chrysler is unpalatable to many enthusiasts, the fact that Chrysler has decided use the much vilified 200 will surely make it the automotive equivalent of the Antichrist.

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Lancia to Unveil New Chrysler 300 Based Flagship Sedan at Geneva Auto Show

Fiat will look to reinvent its struggling Lancia brand at the Geneva Auto Show, breathing some life into the marque by unveiling its new flagship luxury sedan.

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New Stratos Debuts In Alitalia Livery

We at Autoguide have a theory that the best race car liveries are all for products that aren’t so great; cigarettes, vermouth, oil companies and cramped airlines with good food – such as the New Stratos, decked out in Alitalia livery.

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Fiat Gets A New CEO, Sergio Marchionne To Stick Around

Fiat’s got a new boss, but fans of black sweaters shouldn’t fret; Sergio Marchionne, the man who lives by the phrase “business casual”, will still retain control of the Fiat/Chrysler monolith.

Lest we forget that Fiat itself is also a car brand, and somebody needs to oversee the Fiat car lineup. For that job, Andrea Formica (center) has been named as the CEO of Fiat cars. After doing stints at Toyota and Ford, Formica has been given the job, along with having to manage sales for Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Chrysler’s European division. Formica’s predecessor, Lorenzo Sistino, has been moved to head up Fiat’s International Operations.

Hit the jump to read the official press release

[Source: Fiat]

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WSJ Report: 2012 Dodge Viper Previewed At Chrysler Dealer Meeting, New Product Plans Revealed

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the 2012 Dodge Viper will be produced, and will move towards a more “upscale” position, abandoning its “racecar” heritage. The vehicle was previewed at Chrysler‘s dealer meeting in Orlando.

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New Lancia Stratos Is A One Off After All

The Lancia Stratos prototype seen scurrying around an unknown European test track has been the subject of much speculation in the automotive blogosphere, and the non-stop rumors can finally come to a close as official word leaks out about this wonderful creation.

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Report: Lancia Stratos Is Real, Will Be Produced In Limited Quantities

The recently spied Lancia Stratos is apparently heading for production, and not just a one-off creating intended for a wealthy collector. Car and Driver magazine reports that Jason Castriota, the man responsible for the Bertone Mantide and Ferrari 599, has penned the project. Castriota is now Saab’s new design chief, indicating that the Stratos was under development for some time prior to his departure.

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New Lancia Stratos Spotted; Is This Abarth's KTM-Based Sports Car?

The rumored Abarth sports car, based on KTM’s X-Bow trackday car could end up taking a very different form by reviving the legendary Lancia Stratos nameplate.

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Jeep Joins Fiat In Paris Mega-Dealership

A Fiat dealer along Paris’ famed Champs-Elysees will play host to the first side-by-side Jeep and Fiat dealer as the brands seek to integrate themselves in anticipation for anticipation for Chrysler’s European rollout.

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