Fiat Chrysler was established in 2014 through the merger of Fiat (established in 1899) and Chrysler (established in 1925).
The Group's car brands are: Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Lancia, Jeep, SRT and Maserati, as well as Mopar, the parts and service brand. Comau (production systems) and Magneti Marelli (components) are group’s other businesses.
FCA US designs, engineers, produces, and sells vehicles under the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and FIAT brands, and SRT performance vehicle designation. The organization is also involved in distribution of Alfa Romeo 4C model and Mopar items. FCA US is expanding upon the notable establishments of Chrysler, the creative American automaker first established by Walter P. Chrysler in 1925; and Fiat, established in Italy in 1899 by spearheading business visionaries, including Giovanni Agnelli.
Based on total annual sales, FCA is the seventh-biggest automaker in the world. FCAU is the listed symbol of FCA on the New York Stock Exchange.
Chief Executive Officer and administrator – Sergio Marchionne.FCA US: Is overseen by a Board of Directors that gives oversight to the Company. Fiat Chrysler LLC has 2.7 Million FCA-NAFTA vehicle shipments from US. It has 37 manufacturing facilities, 12 regional centers and 22 parts distribution centers. In all, the company has 81,685 employees and 8 training & test facilities.