On Chinese Alfa web site it's already there and if you scroll down you can see a commercial staring Kimi Räikkönen.
That's not a huge investment for a plant. And it looks outdated for most of FCA's European plants.
AFAIK the one of the issues before the merger was totally different electrification strategy for FCA and PSA.
For example as you've mentioned FCA has dedicated BEV platform. As we know BEV...
Maserati opens the doors to its Innovation Lab
For the first time in its history, Maserati is opening the doors of its engineering division on Via Emilia Ovest to offer an exclusive look behind the scenes into the heart of innovation and development of the Brand.
The new Dynamic Simulator...
Yes, but there will be factory closures.
3.6 billion of savings per year is without factory closures.
And one important thing. FCA makes more cars than PSA. FCA has less workers than PSA. FCA has almost completely finished process in which they will lay off 5000 workers in Europe.
Don't expect much about Lancia.
Peugeot and Giorgio? Hmh. I think it's too expensive for them. Maybe I'm wrong.
PSA products in North America? They would need to reengineer them. For US standards but also for AWD capability. In other words they will need a lot of time and money to do so.
Marelli did a lot of work on software side for both. And I believe that both are using GENIVI OS.
8.8" units should have Harman hardware.
The question is how much work is done by FCA or BMW.
In at case this system is touch enabled and it looks much more like a BMW...