We find it telling that Stellantis press releases mention most of the brands assimilated into the new company, but Citroën seems to be absent in many.
Does the need for government revenue take precedent over the hardship such measures, if successful, will have on France’s automobile manufacturing sector? It would seem so…
The whole process has been about as effective and trying to separate colours after they have been mixed into one paint.
“We will not need to call on European CO2 credits and FCA will no longer have to pool with Tesla or anyone.”
The Ami – 100% ëlectric may be coming to Washington D.C. and we’d like to think that we get some credit for the announcement.
The accord will allow the two companies to exchange views, while leaving them free to vote as they choose and not carrying any obligation to coordinate their actions as Stellantis shareholders.
The company’s strategy appears to be a dual alternate energy approach.
The possibility that Stellantis will ever bring back Citroën to the North American market is further diminished by today’s announcement.
For the fourth quarter of 2020, Stellantis has managed make a profit despite falling sales.
Stellantis executive team announced on Jan. 19,2021.