Fiat Chrysler has announced its electrification plans, starting with its intent to phase out diesel cars by 2021, at least in its EMEA region. The company announced its plans at its Capital Markets Day this past week. Highlights of the electrification plans include additional mild and high voltage hybrids, alongside PHEVs and full electric vehicles.
For the U.S. specifically, FCA plans for 15% mild hybrid and 20% high voltage hybrid or full electric for its sales mix by 2022.
Jeep, an FCA company, will offer 10 plug-ins and 4 battery electric vehicles by 2022, though only eight PHEVs will be offered in North America. FCA will also target Tesla’s market share of the electric vehicle market through new models from Maserati. Green Car Congress has the details. Read more.