. I'd rather the Kia's remain Kia and the (C)DJR - well, DJR, actually, could remain as they are. Chrysler could be aided by Genesis and the UpperCrust Kia. Genesis is Not a Wannabe Chrysler 300, but it has a Chrysler vibe strained through the sieve of a Korean Car company's point of view. They have far fewer limitations for a Chrysler-esque car, because, unlike Chrysler, they haven't been disabled by having been taken over by two other iconic automotive entities within a 20-year period. Nearly unknown Kia went through Bankruptcy in 95-96 or so; serving to more easily marry-up with Hyundai. HK could adjust their portfolio only slightly. The elements that set the FCA portion apart are engines (Hemi range) and some branded parts (Stow-n-Go?); then Jeep and Ram. HK already has all the necessary architectures to be competitive. They have rolling Hybrid stock right now; but there might be a bump in that sub-market when adding FCA's new gear ( but again, maybe not, since we don't know what's behind the scenes in their studios - and rumor has it the Genesis 80 series will be their answer to Tesla. I'm waiting to see if that actually materializes). .