Fiat Chrysler hassince well before former head died in 2018, but it increasingly feels like FCA is stuck in one of those "always the bridesmaid, never the bride" situations.
That could change, though: French carmaking conglomerate PSA (owner of Peugeot, Citroen, Opel and Vauxhall) has expressed some interest in merging with the Italo-American corporation, Reuters reports.
PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares has intimated recently that the company isn't opposed to such deals and that Fiat Chrysler, as well as Jaguar Land Rover and General Motors, could make ideal partners.
An FCA deal would be especially interesting, because PSA has already vowedwith Peugeot within the next decade. Being allied with a brand that's already would be very helpful.
This is all speculation, of course, but anything that gets French cars back in the US sooner gets our immediate stamp of approval.