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"Here's Everything You Need To Know About Fiat-Chrysler Spinning Off Ferrari"

Here's Everything You Need To Know About Fiat-Chrysler Spinning Off Ferrari - Business Insider

Great read re the Ferrari spin-off.
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No surprise, ultimately just raising cash I presume, why else would they unload their prestige marque?

I gather Chrysler sales are up, but is there anything new & exciting in their lineup? All looks like the same generic vehicles from a distance at least.
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