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Poor sales in Europe and weakness in China would have resulted in Stellantis being the world’s 6th largest carmaker in 2020, instead of the 4th largest.

FCA and PSA’s assertion that their combined efforts would result in the inception of the world’s fourth-largest car company was based on vehicle sales from 2019, as per Autonews Europe. This means that the way the car market rebounds this year will be key to Stellantis’ global status.

As for what the global landscape would have looked like if the merger had taken place 12 months ago, well, with combined sales (PSA and FCA) down 33% to 3.89 million units through the first three quarters (compared to the same period in 2019), Stellantis would have trailed all of the following companies: Toyota (6.68 million units), VW Group (6.18 million units), Renault-Nissan (5.54 million units), GM (4.72 million units) and Hyundai-KIA (4.50 million units).

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Ultimately, Stellantis would have dropped from No.4 to No.6 because both FCA and PSA suffered steep sales declines in Europe during government-imposed lockdowns. Since most of its sales are in Europe, PSA’s volume fell more than FCA’s, with the French carmaker not being able to benefit from China’s quick rebound from the lockdowns. FCA on the other hand still had a strong performance in the U.S.

In the end, even though global rankings aren’t key to the success of the business, both FCA and PSA executives have acknowledged that the larger the entity, the better their chances become at competing with powerhouses such as Toyota and VW.


MG will allegedly unveil an electric sports car next year that will serve as a flagship model for the brand.

Long before MG was purchased by Chinese automaker SAIC and started building affordable crossovers and sedans, it was best known for building sports cars. Now, it seems like it might return to its roots with a new sports model.

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A patent image reportedly showing the MG sports car

According to Autocar, the vehicle will take the shape of a sleek, four-seater coupe and be largely inspired by the E-Motion concept that was unveiled in April 2017. However, some key styling alterations have reportedly been made for the finished item, while the concept‘s butterfly doors won’t make it into production.

It is understood that the vehicle will be underpinned by SAIC’s own modular electric architecture that includes two electric motors and four-wheel drive. When MG first revealed the E-Motion Concept, it envisioned it as being capable of hitting 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than 4 seconds. Range details remain unconfirmed but could sit somewhere between the 163 miles of the MG ZS EV SUV and the 300-mile range promised for the E-Motion concept.

Kia has released a teaser video that appears to be previewing the company’s eagerly-awaited relaunch.

The clip previews a live event scheduled for January 6, 2021 at 5 a.m. ET, where “A New Journey Begins.” Unless Kia has a surprise in store for us, we already know what that new ‘journey’ will entail.

Last year it was revealed that Kia will soon launch a new logo with a more flowing design. This logo was previewed by the Kia Inspire concept back in 2019 and, according to a recent trademark application made with the Korean intellectual property office, will be joined by a new slogan that reads “Movement that Inspires”, replacing the outgoing “The Power to Surprise”.

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Beyond its new logo and slogan, it is understood that Kia plans to launch five new or significantly redesigned models in the United States this year. Two of these new vehicles are expected to be the next-generation Sportage and Niro, both of which look set to adopt much more radical styling than their predecessors. In addition, the latest-generation Sedona is expected to soon launch in the United States, as is a plug-in hybrid version of the 2021 Sorento.

Kia, much like its sister company Hyundai, is also venturing into the world of electric vehicles and will do so with the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) that was recently unveiled by the Hyundai Motor Group. This platform can be used across most vehicle segments, including sedans, SUVs, and CUVs.