Sergio Marchionne led a day-long product show in Las Vegas for Chrysler and Fiat dealers, highlighting upcoming product over the next couple years.
TTAC readers and car fans will likely be familiar with the reported offerings; Chrysler dealers will get a Dart-based compact known as the 100. The updated Chrysler 200 will apparently resemble the Dart as well, while future Jeeps, including the Compass, Patriot and Liberty-replacement will resemble the Grand Cherokee.
Reuters is reporting that Fiat dealers were shown two undisclosed Alfa Romeo models, while the Wall Street Journal also mentioned the four-door Fiat 500L and a Fiat 500 EV. The paper also reported that two Fiat-based vans would join the Ram lineup, and that the overhauled 200 would cost the company $2 billion, with the expectation that it would double sales of the nameplate.
As to the mystery Alfa Romeo models; crossover and 4C? Those seem like the most likely candidates.