The first engineering pieces of the FCA-PSA puzzle to create Stellantis fall into place.
The French brand will return to the US after decades away, and Peugeot's North American head said there are two segment of focus to start.
It's a weird name, sure, but when you're going to be as big as this post-merger company, you can call yourself whatever you want.
The automakers signed a binding agreement to create a 50/50 merger, which should be complete in the next year or so.
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FCA has been looking for a partner for forever, it seems, but it may have found one in the massive French car conglomerate PSA Group.
Its entire portfolio will be electrified by 2024.
With a rough-looking Brexit looming, a change in ownership might do the legendary British brands some good, if it actually happens.
The collaboration would likely extend to electric cars, as well.
France's PSA Group is reportedly open to new partners and it seems like FCA would be the perfect fit.
Combining a digital instrument cluster display with HUD technology, the new Peugeot 208 brings production 3D graphics along for the ride.
You're done with oil changes, but not all service.