1969: Ferrari joined Fiat Group.
1993: Fiat took over Maserati from de Tomaso.
2000 March: GM to swap 5.1% of its stock for 20% of Fiat cars.
Fiat Auto owns the Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia brands; Fiat Auto is 20% owned by GM, 80% by Fiat Group.
Fiat Group owns Ferrari, Maserati, Iveco, New Holland and Case agricultural equipment. (GM would have been first in line if Fiat had decided to get out of car building, but Fiat and GM parted ways in 2005.)
2009 January 20: Chrysler (close to bankruptcy) and Fiat "signed a non-binding term sheet to establish a global strategic alliance."
2009 June 10: Fiat's purchase of alliance with Chrysler passed through the courts.
2011 January 1: 'Fiat SpA' (cars) and 'Fiat Industrial SpA' (trucks, ag., etc.) listed separately on the stock exchange.
2013, July 8: Fiat exercised its option to move to hold 68.49% of Chrysler.
2014: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (FCA) was formed by merging Fiat and Chrysler.
2019: Fiat Chrysler Auto (FCA) proposed a merger with Groupe Renault.
But 6 June: The proposal was withdrawn citing "political conditions in France", however ...
2019 December 18: FCA (Fiat Chrysler) and PSA (Peugeot) agreed to merge.
2021 January 19: The merged entity, 'Stellantis', launched.
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