Responding to the customer's mobility needs through ever more sustainable solutions is one of the auto industry’s most complex challenges.
To offer sustainable solutions to a broad customer base, we are committed to reduce the environmental impact of our vehicles over their entire life cycle, while responding to consumer demands in each market where we do business.
We work toward this commitment while recognizing and accommodating the different economic, geographic and fuel requirements of each market.
Unveiled at the beginning of 2016 at Detroit Auto Show, Chrysler Pacifica represents the first plug-in hybrid minivan on the market and also the first FCA hybrid vehicle.
Since 1997, the Group has sold more than 690,000 natural-gas-powered cars and commercial vehicles. In 2015, FCA’s European market leadership was reconfirmed, with more than 44,000 vehicles registered.
In the U.S., FCA remains the only automaker to offer an OEM-built natural gas pickup, the Ram 2500 Heavy Duty CNG.
Fiat 500e and natural gas-powered 500Ls feature in the fleet supplied to Expo 2015 by FCA which is an Official Global Partner for sustainable mobility.
In Brazil, where we are highly committed to biofuels, we sold more than 462,000 Flexfuel and TetraFuel vehicles in 2015, corresponding to 96% of our sales in the country. Also in Brazil, we participate in the government’s INMETRO vehicle fuel consumption monitoring program (PBEV - Brazilian Labeling Program Vehicle). For PBEV 2015, 51 Fiat brand vehicles were involved.