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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Sergio Marchionne at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show

Sergio Marchionne took some questions and answers from the media at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show on Monday, January 10. In the video below, he takes a question on the Fiat 500, talks about Abarth and explains Fiat's plans for the US:

This was part two of a three part video. Go to my Youtube Channel to see the other parts: Fiat500USA video channel

With thanks to Chrysler Media

1 comment:

Rusty said...

I'm pretty satisfied with his ability to answer such expansive questions well. You can tell those people are looking were looking for pretty specific answers.

But someone needs to ask more Abarth questions!

Hey Chris, I was wondering if you knew anything about the turning circle/radius length of the EU 500 vs US 500 and the EU Abarth?

I read that that the EU Abarth's turning circle is for some reason longer than the normal EU 500.