Mainstream RWD large cars and midsize muscle cars are dying segments. Durango will lose to Jeep. That is all they have. Sergio's brand management plans must die for Dodge to live.How do you figure Dodge would die?? You seem to be forgetting Maserati also ties in with those two and Dodge being strictly NA muscle/customization, it has a specific purpose. R/T, SRT, and Hellcats sell extremely well, so the brand generates cash with minimal investment. GMC survives as an exclusive truck/CUV/SUV with little effort as gussied up Chevys. MINI has its niche with BMW.
Chrysler could only go after Acura, Buick, and in some respects Mazda if it's given a product overhaul. That means dumping the Pacifica entirely. We are talking 10 years of planning and products for multiple brands and management that seems to know how to use economies of scale to their advantage well.
Yes, Chrysler goes after all of Acura and Buick, but that is just part of it. Also Lexus ES, UX, NX, RX, in other words all of their good selling models, since their RWD based sales stink compared to BMW and Mercedes (and their FWD based sales). Then there is also all of Volvo plus Cadillac XT4,5,6, Lincoln Corsair, Nautilus, Infiniti QX50, RR Evoque, Jaguar E-Pace, and Mini Countryman
Pacifica of course goes back to Dodge as the Caravan, because we are throwing out Fiat's stupid brand management of Dodge and Chrysler.