Stellantis’ new full-electric models include three from Citroen; two each from Peugeot, Maserati and Fiat’s vans unit; and one each from Jeep and Opel/Vauxhall.
There will also be 10 plug-in hybrid launches: three from Peugeot, two from Opel/Vauxhall, and one each from Alfa Romeo, Citroen, DS, Dodge and Jeep.
Before year-end, Tavares and other top Stellantis executives will roll out the group’s strategic plan, which is expected to give more clarity about several brands that had been starved of investment under FCA, including Fiat, Lancia and Alfa Romeo in Europe, and Dodge and Chrysler in the U.S.
Lancia, Alfa Romeo and DS make up Stellantis’ premium cluster, and they are already working together on future models and industrial synergies.
DS offers the DS 3 Crossback E-Tense as its only full-electric vehicle. It already sells nearly 40 percent of vehicles as either full-electric cars or plug-in hybrids, the highest percentage in the group.
Lancia’s next models will include a small car with a battery-powered option, and an electric-only compact crossover, company sources have said.