@EVOL You exgerrate, of course, but yes: a holding operation for the Chrysler brand, except for the (Hybrid) Pacifica, in order to wait for the financially opportune time to make Chrysler (twinned with Lancia?) as a PHEV and/or pure ev + autonomy etc specialist comfort-centric, and near-premium marque, among FCA's many brands with clearcut 'driver centric, enthusiast and/or luxury' cachets. Also, maybe with a huge future in China, post the (hopefully) start of local manufacturing there in 2017/18 of the C 200. So it would seem: a rational if 'slow' and 'longterm' strategy for what is the one FCA brand with a currently too-nebulous character, and ambiguous market-prospects in N America? Have no idea whether that is indeed the logic at work for 'chrysler' at fca hq, but i hope so.