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Agosto 09, 2017, 12:34:59 pm
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« Respuesta #54870 en: Agosto 09, 2017, 12:34:59 pm »
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Agosto 09, 2017, 01:51:44 pm
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« Respuesta #54871 en: Agosto 09, 2017, 01:51:44 pm »
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Stabilimento Fca in ferie, si riparte il 28 agosto. E in autunno si assume

Piedimonte San Germano - In programma una nuova macchina e i contratti. Intanto Stelvio e Giulia vanno a gonfie vele


   
Lo stabilimento Fca di Piedimonte spegne i motori. Da venerdì i cancelli del sito pedemontano si sono chiusi e oggi inizia la prima settimana di ferie per le tute rosse che lavorano sulla linea di Giulia e Stelvio, mentre già la settimana scorsa si era interrotta la produzione per quel che riguarda Giulietta.

Per tutte e tre le vetture prodotte nella fabbrica i motori si riaccenderanno lunedì 28 agosto e da settembre si inizierà seriamente a ragionare sul terzo nuovo modello da immettere sulle linee: secondo rumors sarà prima un secondo Suv a fare il suo esordio, a dispetto dell'ammiraglia Alfetta che dovrebbe così slittare al 2019. Ma i piani di Marchionne, si sa, sono segreti e potrebbero riservare sorprese: l'unica certezza – tra la fine del 2017 e l'inizio del 2018 – dovrebbe essere la nuova ondata di assunzioni, circa mille.

A far ben sperare è soprattutto Stelvio: il primo Suv della casa del Biscione è stato protagonista dell'Alfa Romeo Stelvio drive day, una speciale esperienza di guida che attraversa il Passo dello Stelvio. La gamma Stelvio parte da 47.300 euro, mentre al top dell'offerta andrà a collocarsi, a fine anno, la versione Quadrifoglio da 90.000 euro: un vero e proprio supersuv ad altissime prestazioni. Le vendite l'Alfa Romeo Stelvio nel mese di luglio ha raggiunto 878 unità vendute, un buon risultato che pone il Suv italiano alle spalle dell'A udi Q5 (961). Nel dato parziale del 2017, invece, lo Stelvio raggiunge un totale di 3.667 unità vendute ed una quota di mercato del 13,7% nel suo segmento.

E il Biscione cresce soprattutto negli Usa, in questo caso è Giulia a far volare il marchio italiano con il cuore che pulsa a Cassino. A luglio Alfa Romeo ha registrato il miglior mese in termini di vendite dal suo ritorno negli Usa. Per la prima volta dal suo debutto sul mercato statunitense, l'Alfa Romeo Giulia supera quota mille unità vendute in un mese. La distribuzione dello Stelvio negli Usa entrerà nel vivo solo dopo l'estate., insieme al ritorno delle tute rosse nella fabbrica ai piedi dell'abbazia di Montecassino.
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Agosto 10, 2017, 02:20:19 pm
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« Respuesta #54872 en: Agosto 10, 2017, 02:20:19 pm »
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Agosto 11, 2017, 08:23:06 pm
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Agosto 12, 2017, 06:47:09 pm
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« Respuesta #54874 en: Agosto 12, 2017, 06:47:09 pm »
Así en toda Europa:


Agosto 12, 2017, 07:34:09 pm
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« Respuesta #54875 en: Agosto 12, 2017, 07:34:09 pm »
El Stelvio más rápido que el Giulia en circuito.

Acabo de ver los datos de las pruebas en circuito de la revista italiana Quattroruote en el circuito de Vairano comparando el Giulia 2.2 Q4 diesel y el Stelvio 2.2 Q4 diesel y SORPRESA:

Giulia 2.2 Q4 diesel 1'24"50
STELVIO 2.2 Q4 diesel 1'24"49

El STELVIO es más rápido. Contra pronóstico  o no.

Eso si que es un notición.

Los desarrollos hacen milagros ya no me queda ninguna duda.

Podemos estar contentos los que poseemos un Stelvio de tener un vehículo más rapido que un Giulia. Ja,ja,ja.

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Agosto 13, 2017, 12:04:08 pm
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« Respuesta #54876 en: Agosto 13, 2017, 12:04:08 pm »
Así en toda Europa:



Hace unos años, podíamos hablar de moda. Pasados diez años, podemos hablar de la tendencia del mercado. Los movolumenes están muertos, sustituidos por su evolución natural, los SUV. Y el resto de segmentos intenta sobrevivir como puede.

El segmento A parece aguantar (no hay SUV tan pequeños, por ahora), el reino de Fiat.

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Agosto 13, 2017, 07:36:56 pm
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« Respuesta #54877 en: Agosto 13, 2017, 07:36:56 pm »
Mi teoria es que al final todos seran SUVS pero el diseño, la aerodinámica y la eficiencia hará que  cada vez sean mas bajitos y entonces un buen dia volveremos a tener coches normales pero se llamaran SUV y así todos contentos.

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Agosto 13, 2017, 08:13:49 pm
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Agosto 14, 2017, 02:10:49 pm
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« Respuesta #54879 en: Agosto 14, 2017, 02:10:49 pm »
 :o :o :o :o :o

El gobierno Chino presiona a sus marcas de coches para que compren marcas extranjeras y FCA es de las apetecibles.

Será algo similar a VOLVO, con independencia.

Maserati y Alfa quedarían fuera con Ferrari.

MIREN LAS ACCIONES HOY DE FCA + 5 %

CAPITAL FRESCO PARA LAS MARCAS.

La noticia de LA STAMPA (medio oficial de los Agnelli)

http://www.lastampa.it/2017/08/14/economia/fca-nel-mirino-di-acquirenti-cinesi-ngMnIMn4pxzK55LBIoHvkJ/pagina.html


“Fca nel mirino di acquirenti cinesi”

Il gruppo Fca sarebbe nel mirino di acquirenti cinesi. Lo afferma “Automotive News”, citando fonti secondo cui il gruppo italo-americano rappresenta `un target attraente´ per i grandi gruppi del settore nell’ex Celeste Impero. Le fonti indicano che `almeno un’offerta´ è stata presentata questo mese da un costruttore cinese, respinta comunque al mittente da Fca in quanto non ritenuta sufficiente. 

 
Nel frattempo, aggiungono le fonti, altri importanti gruppi cinesi del settore automotive hanno condotto esami di due diligence con l’obiettivo di una possibile acquisizione di Fca, mentre funzionari del Lingotto si sono recati nel Paese asiatico per colloqui con rappresentanti di Great Wall Motor e delegazioni cinesi, la scorsa settimana, hanno visitato il quartier generale di Fca ad Auburn Hills (Detroit) per incontri. Automotive News non identifica i gruppi interessati ma indica che diverse fonti citano tra i candidati Dong Feng Motor, Zhejiang Geely e Guangzhou, attuale partner di Fca in una jv in Cina. 


Una possibile vendita includerebbe Jeep e Ram, Dodge, Chrysler e Fiat, lasciando fuori comunque Maserati e Alfa Romeo. Nessun commento da parte di Fca o dei gruppi cinesi, il cui interesse per il costruttore guidato da Sergio Marchionne, secondo le fonti, è legato al fatto che la rete globale e i prodotti di Fca rispettano i requisiti del Governo di Pechino, che ha messo sotto pressione le imprese del Paese per espandersi al di fuori della Cina.

 
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Agosto 14, 2017, 02:19:13 pm
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« Respuesta #54880 en: Agosto 14, 2017, 02:19:13 pm »
Marchionne ha fracasado en su intento de vender en China, menos con Jeep que parece que poco a poco va superando sus números, pero muy lejos de lo que vende BMW, Audi, VW, Mercedes.

Si la compra una marca china, se hartarían a vender en China

Fiat Chrysler has Chinese suitors, sources say

DETROIT — For more than two years, FCA has been FSBO -- that's For Sale By Owner — with no serious offers.

Not anymore.

Representatives of a well-known Chinese automaker made at least one offer this month to buy Fiat Chrysler Automobiles at a small premium over its market value, Automotive News Europe sister publication Automotive News has learned. The offer was rejected for not being enough, a source said.

Meanwhile, other sources independently identified executives from other large Chinese automakers conducting their own due diligence on a potential purchase of FCA, including meeting last week with representatives of U.S. retail groups about a potential acquisition. A source said FCA executives have traveled to China to meet with Great Wall Motor. And Chinese delegations were seen last week at FCA's headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
   
Marchionne: Making FCA enticing.

Chinese companies are under government pressure to expand outside China by acquiring foreign companies. FCA may be a perfect target, given that CEO Sergio Marchionne has focused on streamlining the automaker's operations to make it enticing to a buyer, making bold moves such as exiting small cars and sedans and revamping the company's manufacturing footprint.

It's unclear which Chinese automaker or automakers are pursuing FCA. Different sources have pointed to involvement by different ones -- Dongfeng Motor, Great Wall, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group or FCA's current joint venture partner in China, Guangzhou Automobile Group. But it is also unclear which company or companies are likely to follow through or succeed.

FCA isn't talking, nor are any of the four Chinese automakers. But if a sale proceeds, the quintessentially American Jeep brand -- once owned by the Germans and most recently by the Italians/Dutch -- may soon be owned by the Chinese.

According to one source, any sale likely would involve FCA's highly profitable Jeep and Ram brands, as well as Chrysler, Dodge and Fiat, but would exclude Maserati and Alfa Romeo. Those two brands would be spun off, as was Ferrari, to maximize returns for Exor, the holding company controlled by the Agnelli family, which owns a controlling interest in FCA, the source said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Why, after two years on the block, is FCA apparently drawing interest from at least one potential Chinese buyer now?

The answer: FCA's global network and product -- specifically Jeep and Ram -- fit the requirements the Chinese government has set for attractive acquisitions.

Quality gap

Chinese automakers have openly dreamed of cracking lucrative North America for a decade, spending millions to display their vehicles at high-profile U.S. auto shows. Early efforts showed that Chinese automakers had a long way to go before they were ready to compete here.

But in more recent years -- through knowledge and expertise gained via joint ventures with the world's largest and most successful automakers -- Chinese companies have closed the quality gap.

And the automakers feel like they finally have closed that gap enough to start selling their products in the U.S., said Michael Dunne, president of Dunne Automotive, a Hong Kong investment advisory company and an expert on the Chinese auto industry.

They also are under pressure from the government to expand beyond China, Dunne said.

A government directive dubbed China Outbound pushes Chinese businesses to acquire international assets from their industries and operate them "to make their mark," much as Zhejiang Geely has done since acquiring Volvo in 2010. Bloomberg reported last week that Chinese companies plan to spend $1.5 trillion acquiring overseas companies over the next decade -- a 70 percent increase from current levels.

"Right now, Chinese automakers enjoy the full support of the leadership in Beijing to go and make it happen," Dunne said. "That's something brand new, and it's really picked up since 2015."

Along with Volvo, Dunne pointed to Italian tire maker Pirelli and German robotics giant Kuka as Chinese acquisitions supported by the China Outbound policy.

Interest has been growing for some time. In May 2016, FCA hosted a high-level delegation from China at its North American headquarters, which included Hu Chunhua, a member of the Communist Party's Politburo and secretary of the party's Guangdong Provincial Committee. Also in attendance were Cui Tiankai, China's ambassador to the U.S., and Zhang Fangyou, chairman of Guangzhou Automobile Group.

"The interest is real, no question," Dunne said. "The complications are on the political side: What would this mean for a Chinese company to acquire an American automaker, no matter where its corporate headquarters is based?"

Turnkey operation

For a Chinese automaker that dreams of making a splash in North America, Europe and Latin America, FCA presents as close to a turnkey operation as exists.

Globally, FCA has 162 manufacturing operations -- assembly, component, stamping and machining plants -- and another 87 r&d centers. In North America, FCA has a network of about 2,600 U.S. dealerships, as well as extensive distribution networks in Canada and Mexico.

And unlike other, larger publicly owned automakers with similar global footprints, Marchionne and his bosses at Exor have made one thing clear: Write a big enough check, and the keys to FCA are yours.

When it became apparent in late 2015 that FCA's attempts to merge with General Motors had been rejected and any effort to tie up with Volkswagen was shut down because of that automaker's then-blooming diesel emissions scandal, Marchionne began focusing attention inward, looking at why his company had not been more attractive to potential partners. In early 2016, he began implementing radical changes to make FCA more appealing, especially to an Asian automaker, but also to Volkswagen.

First, FCA shocked the industry by ending production of its compact and midsize sedans in the U.S., the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200. The cars had been among the first fruits of bankrupt Chrysler's 2009 marriage to Fiat S.p.A., but both had disappointing sales.

At the same time, Marchionne expanded development for his two cash cows, Jeep and Ram. He retooled plants from unibody construction back to body-on-frame to expand production of the Ram 1500 and Jeep Wrangler, and he announced that, after years of consumer clamoring, Jeep would again build a pickup and would soon build big luxury Jeeps to compete with Land Rover.

Product development plans laid out in 2014 -- to vastly expand the Chrysler lineup, for example -- were scrapped. FCA's North American product line would go where the money was: pickups, SUVs and the minivan.

Stretch goals

The transformation, which will be largely complete by 2018, will mean FCA showrooms will resemble those of a decade ago when gasoline prices spiked: full of SUVs, crossovers, minivans and pickups and devoid of anything smaller or more fuel-efficient. The transformation has helped FCA's quarterly financials, and Marchionne says the automaker is on track to achieve in 2018 what had been widely considered pie-in-the-sky goals laid out in 2014.

FCA has also looked hard at shedding holdings not directly related to automaking as a way to free trapped value for shareholders. That could include separation from parts maker Magneti Marelli, casting specialist Teksid and automation provider Comau.

On a conference call with analysts last month, Marchionne laid out the strategy.

"In order to be fair to our shareholders, we need to make sure that we deliver as much value out of this venture as we can," he said.

The prospect of selling FCA to a Chinese automaker has been on Marchionne's mind for awhile. In August 2015, months after he began his quest to merge or partner with another global automaker with his "Confessions of a Capital Junkie" presentation, and while he was launching his soon-to-be-rebuffed bid to merge with GM, the FCA CEO told Automotive News that he had closely studied potential tie-ups with numerous Asian automakers.

His conclusion: None of the Asian automakers was looking for partners.

He was asked: Anyone in Asia?

"I don't think Asia is partner-able," he said. "No, you can be acquired by the Asians. I think China will buy you."

Agosto 14, 2017, 02:30:45 pm
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« Respuesta #54881 en: Agosto 14, 2017, 02:30:45 pm »
¡Virgencita déjame como estoy!  :-\

Agosto 14, 2017, 02:42:08 pm
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« Respuesta #54882 en: Agosto 14, 2017, 02:42:08 pm »
¡Virgencita déjame como estoy!  :-\

Mira Volvo (China) y JLR (India).

Entrarían de verdad en un mercado que no consiguen penetrar.

Maserati, Alfa quedarían fuera, con lo que tendrían que colaborar más cercanamente con Ferrari para conseguir sinergias.

Los accionistas están contentos. FCA + 5,40 %

Agosto 14, 2017, 02:46:27 pm
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« Respuesta #54883 en: Agosto 14, 2017, 02:46:27 pm »
Los accionistas estarán contentos porque ganarían dinero a corto plazo... pero lo cierto es que una empresa "Maserati+Alfa" sin Fiat ni JEEP, se convertiría en poco más  que un fabricante de nicho, un bocado demasiado pequeño para defenderlo de otros depredadores industriales.
Creo que sería mejor encontrar un buen socio que esa venta que da libertad para hoy... y dios sabe que para mañana.

Salud 8)

Agosto 14, 2017, 05:35:48 pm
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FCA EN MILÁN + 8,25 %

Los Agnelli se estarán forrando con los rumores.


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