Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ireland
|Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ireland|
|legal form||Designated Activity Company|
|Seat||Dublin , Ireland|
Fiat Motors (Ireland) Limited was founded in Dublin on November 30, 1923 . It imported and sold Fiat vehicles . From 1948 to 1956, WJ Henderson assembled Fiat vehicles for the Irish market. In 1966 the decision was made to have its own assembly plant. Assembly began in 1968. Vehicle production ended in 1984.
Name changes were made on 30 November 1923 in Fiat (Ireland) Limited , on 20 January 1925 in Fiat Auto (Ireland) Limited , on 21 January 1986 in Fiat Group Automobiles (Ireland) Limited , on July 6, 2007. Fiat Group Automobiles Ireland Limited , after the merger with Chrysler into Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ireland Limited on July 17, 2007 and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ireland Designated Activity Company on March 23, 2015 .
The assembly of Fiat 600 , Fiat 850 , Fiat 1100 , Fiat 124 , Fiat 127 and Fiat 128 has been documented . There is an indication that basic versions were assembled in the country and variants with special equipment were imported. The Fiat 132 was also offered.
The following are the registration numbers in Ireland for Fiat vehicles from the years Fiat Ireland assembled them. The registration numbers are not identical to the production numbers. Nonetheless, around 10,000 assembled vehicles a year have survived from 1973 to 1981.
- Bob Montgomery: Motor Assembly in Ireland . Dreoilín Specialist Publications, Foxrock 2018, ISBN 978-1-902773-35-3 (English).
- The company's website (English)