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One of the World's Largest Auto Manufacturers

Stellantis is a multinational automotive manufacturing corporation that ranks among the world's largest. Born from the merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Groupe PSA in 2021, Stellantis brings together a collection of iconic automotive brands, including Fiat, Chrysler, Peugeot, Citroën, and Jeep, among others. Operating in over 130 countries, Stellantis's operations span the globe, with a strong presence in Europe, North America, and emerging markets.

A Union of Auto Titans

Stellantis’s lineage carries a rich history and heritage in the automotive industry, thanks to the diverse brands it has inherited from its parent companies. Chrysler’s legacy stretches back to 1925, and Fiat’s even further to 1899. Brands like Peugeot, Maserati, and several others are also included under the broader Stellantis umbrella. These brands have made significant contributions to the automotive industry over the years and continue to be central to the company’s identity, even if they are now part of the larger Stellantis family.

The Global Reach of Stellantis

Stellantis, with its vast array of brands and models, offers a diverse range of vehicles that span from luxury cars and sporty performance models to rugged SUVs and practical family vehicles. With around 400,000 employees, the auto giant operates over 40 manufacturing plants worldwide and maintains a presence in more than 130 countries. Its products and services cater to a diverse customer base, from private individuals to fleet operators, government agencies, and commercial entities. Today, Stellantis stands as one of the world's biggest automakers behind names like Toyota and Volkswagen.

Welcoming the Future of Auto Industry

Stellantis has recognized the industry's shifting landscape and the inevitable electric future. The company is investing in the development and production of electric and hybrid vehicles, in tune with the global shift toward cleaner and more sustainable transportation. The company has outlined plans to transition to electric mobility and aims for a net-zero carbon footprint by 2038, with intermediate targets of reducing CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030 compared to 2010 levels. Furthermore, Stellantis is also exploring advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies.