Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is a publicly listed auto manufacturer headquartered in the United Kingdom. In 2019 it had US$121.08 billion in revenue and sales of over 4.1 million vehicles. FCA’s major market is the US, additionally high sales are also in Europe and Brazil. It is notable for its small presence in China.
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FCA received a full ACT assessment in 2019.
The company has still not set targets to reduce this emissions intensity and manufacturing emissions reductions targets do not reach beyond 2020. With no improvements in manufacturing emissions per vehicle produced since 2014, it is also not on track to achieve them. These results reflect the company’s absence of transition planning and management of climate issues at senior levels.
Policy engagement is also poor. FCA looks to governments to provide rules, frameworks and infrastructure to shape consumer preferences towards low-carbon vehicles. Evidence of the company proactively supporting strong climate policy was not found. Conversely, FCA has voiced support for the weakening of emissions standards by the US federal government. Plans for a merger with Groupe PSA to form a new group, Stellantis, are advancing. If the stronger low-carbon transition alignment practices of Groupe PSA prevail in the new group, performance may improve.
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- United Kingdom
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- Publicly listed
- Revenue (2019)
- US$121.08 billion
- Number of vehicles sold (2019)