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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is a large Italian-American auto manufacturer operating globally with sales of over 4 million vehicles in 2017. Its market capitalisation was valued at nearly US$20 billion in the same year. The company is well known for its diverse Italian Fiat models, such as the Fiat 500 and Panda, as well as US Chrysler models, namely the Voyager, 300 and Pacifica.

Ranking position
#18 /25
Total score
7.5 /20
Narrative Score
Trend Score
  • Trend line is up
  • Trend line is equal
  • Trend line is down
Performance module name Performance module score Rank (0-25)


0.7 /3 #16

Material Investment

0.4 /0.4 #1

Intangible Investment

1.2 /2.4 #10

Sold product performance

2.5 /7 #24


1.0 /2.2 #8


0.3 /1.2 #8


0.2 /0.8 #12

Policy Engagement

0.5 /1.2 #10

Business Model

0.6 /1.8 #9
Total score 7.5 /20 #18

Leading practices

Risks and opportunities


A trend score of – is awarded to FCA. If the company were reassessed in the near term, its score would most likely worsen. FCA has been slow to adopt electrification and is heavily reliant on other companies’ decarbonisation efforts to meet regulatory standards. Its share of sales from low carbon vehicles is very low, representing only 0.15 percent in 2017, and progress on its internal combustion engine efficiency has not kept pace with the low-carbon pathway. However, electric vehicles will come to market soon, and FCA has also been developing innovative business solutions, such as car sharing services, as well as working on energy storage, charging infrastructure, and vehicle-to-grid projects. FCA’s low-carbon transition could accelerate with additional commitment.

Progress towards the Paris Agreement

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  1. 2020

More about the company

London, United Kingdom
Ownership structure
Publicly listed
Group revenue (2017)
US$105.6 billion
Number of vehicles sold (2017)
~4.3 million light duty passenger vehicles
Market capitalisation (2017)
US$19.6 billion