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WAP begins production of Pacifica Hybrid minivan

The Windsor Assembly Plant marked another milestone Thursday as production of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid commenced, Fiat Chrysler announced.

The plug-in hybrid, the industry’s first electrified family hauler, began rolling off the line at WAP, which produced North America’s first minivan in 1983. 464 more words

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'Be humble, keep a clean heart,' Marchionne tells U of W students

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne returned to his alma mater Thursday, imparting career advice to business students attending a leadership forum at the University of Windsor. 495 more words

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Marchionne keynote speaker at U of W leadership forum

Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne is slated to return to his alma mater Thursday as a keynote speaker at a University of Windsor leadership symposium. 118 more words

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Ferrari open to future Formula E entry

Ferrari is open to entering Formula E in the future, with company CEO Sergio Marchionne confirming a possible move has been discussed at Maranello.

Formula E is currently embarking on its third season, with the all-electric series currently boasting involvement from Renault, Audi, BMW and Jaguar. 286 more words

Ferrari wants to build more hybrid supercars after 2019

Ferrari has big changes in its future – and it all revolves around electrification.

According to Automotive News, Ferrari (and Fiat Chrysler) CEO Sergio Marchionne says every Ferrari, sold from 2019 and onwards, will essentially be a hybrid. 158 more words

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Marchionne 'satisfied' with Unifor deal

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ CEO Sergio Marchionne said Tuesday he was “relatively satisfied” with the new, four-year contract struck this month with Unifor.

The additional costs generated from the agreement are “manageable,” Marchionne said during a third-quarter financial results conference call with financial analysts. 363 more words

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FCA workers vote in favour of new deal; Ford next

Unifor members employed by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have voted 70.1 per cent overall in favour of a new agreement with the company.

The result came on Sunday night after ratification votes were held over the weekend for approximately 9,750 union members in Windsor, Brampton and Toronto. 1,128 more words

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