Fiat Powertrain Technologies S.p.A.
Type Subsidiary
Founded 2005
Headquarters Turin, Italy
Key people Sergio Marchionne (President), Alfredo Altavilla (CEO]
Industry Automotive
Products engines, transmissions and powertrains
Revenue (turnover) €7,000 billion (2007)[1]
Employees 20,500 (February 2009)[1]
Parent Fiat S.p.A.

The Fiat Powertrain Technologies is a part the Fiat Group, which includes all the activities related to powertrains and transmissions to Fiat Automobiles (Fiat Powertrain) Iveco (Iveco Motors), Centro Ricerche Fiat and Elasis.

The company was formed in March 2005, following the dissolution of joint venture with General Motors.

The company's products, for the other companies of Fiat Group and for third party:

  • the automotive sector (cars, light commercial vehicles, medium and heavy buses)
  • industrial machinery sector (machines for the construction and shipbuilding, agricultural machinery and irrigation and special machines)
  • the marine sector (professional and recreational)
  • Industrial generators

The company has activities in nine different countries, it has 16 plants and around 20,000 employees.[2] With output of around 2.9 million engines and 2.4 million transmissions and axles annually, Fiat Powertrain Technologies is one of the largest companies in the powertrain sector.[3]


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