Parent company of Fiat and Jeep, Stellantis aims to grow in South America

Fiat Chrysler has gone moved from dominance to greatness in some of the world's most unpredictable automotive markets following this year's merger with Groupe PSA.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Fiat Chrysler has moved from dominance to greatness in some of the world's most unpredictable automotive markets following this year's merger with Groupe PSA, manufacturer of Peugeot and Citroën.

Since closing the deal to form Stellantis NV in January, the auto giant has been busy finding ways to leverage its large presence in South America, said Antonio Filosa, the group's president in the region.

Provided demand remains relatively stable, Stellantis will have no problem sustaining its considerable industrial park, he said.

Stellantis combined last year's best-selling carmaker in the region . . .

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