Fiat Chrysler could seek to expand its list of outside alliances, CEO Sergio Marchionne said during a roundtable discussion at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday.
The maker is clearly pleased with the way things have gone in a partnership with Mazda. FCA worked with the Japanese maker on the upcoming Miata roadster replacement. And a second version will be sold through the Fiat brand as the reborn 124 Spider, Marchionne revealed.
“In the case of Mazda, they had something we didn’t have and we continue to look at opportunities like that going forward,” said the chief executive, adding that FCA is discussing other possible projects with Mazda while also looking for other potential partners.