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The rise of autonomy and electrification, and an exodus by Detroit’s hometown automakers from car segments loomed large at the North American International Auto Show. Here were some of the key takeaways.
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“Auto companies need to quickly separate the stuff that will be swallowed by commodity from the brand stuff,” the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV CEO said.
“The only question is will the customers be there with us and we think they will.”
“We want to gain market share and grow from a niche player, to a truly relevant brand in the United States.”