For a few weeks now, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne has talked about finding another company to merge with. It isn’t just hot air either with news of an email being sent to General Motors. GM rebuffed the notion, yet that wasn’t the only email sent.
A recent report by Reuters.com says there were multiple emails sent to other perspective partners. While another merger seems like fiction, there are several companies that could profit greatly from working together with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Let’s play match maker and give you our top 5 reasons why Toyota joining with FCA makes a lot of sense.
Toyota announced it has decided to kill the V6 option on the 2015 lineup and in all future products. The reason? Demand was so low it just didn’t make business sense to keep building it.
The people over at Devolro have a new Tundra toy they have named the Diablo. We can certainly see why it was given that name. This thing looks like you drive through an Apocalypse and come out alive.
Consumer Reports have released their 2012 Annual Auto Survey and once again Toyota dominates the rankings with both trucks finishing 1-2. And once again the so-called “Domestic Brands” are struggling to catch up.
Here’s a recap of the most important car commercials of the 2012 Super Bowl – if you like this post, please share it on Facebook!
In no particular order: