Fiat and Chrysler wants to sell 4 million cars in 2011
Fiat and Chrysler hopes to sell over four million vehicles worldwide in 2011
Fiat the beginning of the year with optimism and sets its ambitious targets. Sergio Marchionne, Fiat group administrator-delegate of Chrysler, believes strongly that the two clusters that can govern totaled a record number of over 4 million units sold in 2011.
Marchionne is based on good results in 2010, when Fiat and Chrysler got together 3.66 million units. Head of Italian-American alliance argues that Fiat can reach an annual sales turnover between 2.2 million and 2.3 million units, slightly more than they sold this year, 2.08 million cars.
The largest increase would bring But Chrysler, which promises to return slowly afloat. Marchionne expects a large increase, from 1.6 million vehicles sold this year to over two million next year. After a relatively simple calculation, we arrive at a rather optimistic target of over 4.2 million units projected for 2011, that at least 500,000 units more.
The date for this year is part of a long-term strategy that involves reaching a figure of 6,000,000 cars delivered in 2014. Ambitious goal can be achieved if the market continues the positive development of last year.