Fiat Chrysler Automotive, better known as FCA, was established in 2014 through a merger with the Chrysler Group and Fiat S.p.A.. The umbrella company included Abarth, Chrysler, Dodge, Alfa Romeo, Jeep, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Maserati, Ram, Lancia, Mopar, Comau, and Teksid.
In 2019 the company announced its merger with the PSA Group that included Peugeot and Citroen. In 2020 the company announced its new name as Stellantis. The merger was then finalized in 2021 after FCA and PSA approved the merger.
The company is known for its vast array of cars. Some are still going strong, and some, like the Plymouth, have made their last car. Since the merger, Stellantis has been a powerhouse in the automotive industry and continues to be innovative. With EV options coming available and more on its way, Stellantis looks like it has a bright future.