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The following exhibits are furnished herewith:
Exhibit 99.1
Press release issued by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. dated April 16, 2015.
Exhibit 99.2
Press release issued by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. dated April 16, 2015.


Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.

Date: April 16, 2015
/s/ Richard K. Palmer


Richard K. Palmer
Chief Financial Officer

Index of Exhibits

Number    Description of Exhibit
Press release issued by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. dated April 16, 2015.
Press release issued by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. dated April 16, 2015.


Exhibit 99.1

In March, FCA’s European passenger car sales totaled nearly 98,000 vehicles, representing a 15.7% year-over-year increase and outpacing the industry average for the third consecutive month. The Fiat 500 and Panda continued as the two best selling models in the European A segment, accounting for a combined 28.7% share, and the Fiat 500 set an all-time monthly sales record for Europe. The Fiat 500L was leader in its segment for the first quarter, with more than a 24% share. The Fiat 500X ranked among the top ten in its segment. The Jeep brand posted its 17th consecutive monthly increase, outpacing the industry in all major markets on the back of strong sales performance for the Renegade.

The European passenger car market (EU28+EFTA) registered its third consecutive monthly increase, with new registrations up 10.8% year-over-year to nearly 1,651,000 vehicles. For the three months year-to-date, sales were up 8.5% to nearly 3,638,000 vehicles.

FCA posted year-over-year sales growth that was significantly higher than the industry average, increasing 15.7% from March a year ago to 97,800 vehicles. Market share was 5.9%, compared with 5.7% a year ago.
The Group posted significant increases in all major markets, with sales up 57.1% in Spain (vs. 40.4% for the industry), 17.1% in Italy (vs. 15.1% for the industry), 11.7% in France (vs. 9.3% for the industry) and 25.2% in Germany (vs. 9% for the industry).
For the three months year-to-date, FCA posted unit sales of 227,600 vehicles, an increase of 11.6% over the same period in 2014, with market share increasing 20 basis points to 6.3%.

Fiat brand posted March sales of nearly 75,000 vehicles (+13.7%), with market share increasing 10 basis points to 4.5%. For the year-to-date, the brand’s European sales were up 8.3% to more than 171,000 vehicles, with share remaining stable at 4.7%.
In March, Fiat achieved significant increases in Germany (+20.4%), Italy (+15.9%), France (+13.9%) and Spain (+76.1%).
These results were primarily driven by the sales performance of the 500 family. For the 500, March sales were up 5.1% to 23,300 vehicles, representing the model’s best sales month since launch. It also led the European A segment with a 15.6% share. The 500L led the Small MPV segment with nearly 12,000 vehicles sold in March (23.1% share) and more than 27,000 sold for the year-to-date (share of more than 24%). It was also a very positive month for the 500X, with more than 5,000 vehicles sold in Europe. In Italy, the 500X continued to increase share, entering the top ten in the Small SUV segment. The Fiat Panda was the second most popular vehicle in the A segment, with more than 19,500 vehicles sold (+27.1%) and a 13.1% segment share. The Panda and 500 accounted for a combined 28.7% share of the A segment.

Lancia/Chrysler posted March sales of nearly 6,300 vehicles with market share at 0.4%. Year-to-date, brand sales totaled 17,800 vehicles and share was 0.5%.
The Ypsilon maintained its momentum with nearly 17,000 vehicles sold across Europe so far in 2015. In Italy, Ypsilon sales were up 8.3% for the first quarter, with share increasing 50 basis points to 13.2%. In March, the Ypsilon was the number one selling vehicle in the Italian B segment.

Alfa Romeo closed March with nearly 6,300 vehicles sold and European market share at 0.4%. Year-to-date, brand sales totaled nearly 15,000 vehicles and market share was 0.4%.
The brand posted a 30.1% sales increase in Austria in March. For the year-to-date, sales were up by 4.9% in Italy and 12.5% in Austria.
For the Giulietta, European sales are up 3.85% so far this year.

Jeep extended its growth streak to 17 consecutive months, with sales increasing by 213.7% (the brand’s highest ever percentage increase in Europe) to more than 9,250 vehicles. Market share was 40 basis points higher at 0.6%. For the first quarter, sales were up by 190.5% to more than 21,500 vehicles and share increased by 40 basis points to 0.6%.
The brand significantly outperformed the industry average in each of the five major European markets. Sales were up 249.3% year-over-year in Italy, 113.2% in Germany, 860.2% in France, 396.6% in the UK, and 260.4% in Spain.
The brand’s performance was driven by the Jeep Renegade, which sold more than 5,500 units in March and now ranks firmly among the top ten in its segment in Europe.

For Ferrari and Maserati, the Group’s luxury brands, European sales totaled 1,096 vehicles for the month and 2,204 vehicles for the quarter.

London, 16 April 2015

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Exhibit 99.2

FCA announces voting results from its Annual General Meeting

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU / MI: FCA) announced today that all resolutions proposed to shareholders at the Company’s Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held today in Amsterdam (“AGM”) were passed.
The Shareholders adopted the 2014 Annual Accounts and re-elected all current directors of FCA. John Elkann and Sergio Marchionne were re-elected as executive directors of the Company. Ronald L. Thompson, Andrea Agnelli, Tiberto Brandolini d'Adda, Glenn Earle, Valerie A. Mars, Ruth J. Simmons, Patience Wheatcroft, Stephen M. Wolf and Ermenegildo Zegna were re-elected as non-executive directors of the Company. In addition Ernst & Young Accountants LLP were appointed as independent auditors of the Company.
The Shareholders also delegated to the Board of Directors authority to purchase common shares of the Company up to a maximum of 10% of the Company’s issued common shares as of the date of the AGM. Pursuant to the authorization, which does not entail any obligation for the Company but is designed to provide additional flexibility, the Company may purchase shares of its own common stock from time to time in the 18 months following the AGM, at a price not to exceed by more than 10% the average closing price on the NYSE and/or MTA in the five business days prior to the date of the purchase.
Finally the Shareholders adopted the Remuneration Policy of the Company and the proposed resolutions concerning executive directors equity compensation.
Details of the resolutions submitted to the AGM are available on the Company’s corporate website at www.fcagoup.com.
London, 16 April 2015

This press release contains forward-looking statements. These statements are based on the Group’s current expectations and projections about future events and, by their nature, are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. They relate to events and depend on circumstances that may or may not occur or exist in the future and, as such, undue reliance should not be placed on them. Actual results may differ materially from those expressed in such statements as a result of a variety of factors, including: volatility and deterioration of capital and financial markets, including possibility of new Eurozone sovereign debt crisis, changes in commodity prices, changes in general economic conditions, economic growth and other changes in business conditions, weather, floods, earthquakes or other natural disasters, changes in government regulation, production difficulties, including capacity and supply constraints, the proposed separation of Ferrari and many other risks and uncertainties, most of which are outside of the Group’s control.

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Email: mediarelations@fcagroup.com