Chrysler Group will bolster its Fiat brand and drop plans to add Fiat-derived small cars for its Chrysler and Dodge brands this year, according to a new long-range product plan revealed today.
The new plan updates Chrysler's five-year North American product outlook that it presented in November 2009. The update extends the look into the 2016 calendar year.
The revised strategy contains changes for each brand Chrysler sells in North America. It shows the addition of seven new unannounced vehicles for the Fiat brand in 2015 and 2016, as well as a single Alfa Romeo, believed to be the 4C sports coupe, arriving this year. There are five additional unidentified new Alfa's planned to arrive in 2015 and 2016, the plan indicates.