Italian automaker Fiat has released a press statement in which they deny plans to relocate headquarters to United States in the near future.
Italian automaker Fiat has released a press statement in which they deny plans to relocate headquarters to United States.
Earlier this week Bloomberg said Fiat has decided to move its HQ from Turin, Italy to Detroit, United States based on the success of Chrysler. Fiat has provided an official answer by saying that it "is not currently on the agenda" which basically means it might happen sometime in the future. Rumors about Fiat's move to U.S. are not new since Italian newspapers have published articles for a while regarding a relocation of the firm's headquarters.
Fiat is busy these days with Alfa Romeo's long-awaited return stateside. At the beginning of the year, Sergio Marchionne said the 4C will be available in the United States before the end of 2013. Hopefully, this time they won't change their mind and Alfa Romeo will once again be available in the U.S. after almost two decades.