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Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged

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The proposed merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobile and Renault didn’t happen. But it inspired Australian auto insurance company Budget Direct to ponder the potential of such a marriage.

“Sadly, the agreement was called off,” Budget Direct Car Insurance said in a news release. “For a moment, however, us car fans were excited to learn about the potential crossover creations that could have emerged from the merger.

“To help lessen the blow of this failed merger, we have put together 9 concepts for the coolest collaborations that may have come out of the Fiat-Chrysler/Renault merger.”

FCA Renault, Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged, ClassicCars.com Journal
Renault Talisman Widebody

FCA Renault, Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged, ClassicCars.com Journal
Dacia Duster Trailhawk

FCA Renault, Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged, ClassicCars.com Journal
Dodge Twingo

FCA Renault, Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged, ClassicCars.com Journal
Renault Koleos Trackhawk

FCA Renault, Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged, ClassicCars.com Journal
Renault Master Overland Campervan

FCA Renault, Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged, ClassicCars.com Journal
Dodge Ram ZE (zero-emission electric pickup truck)

FCA Renault, Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged, ClassicCars.com Journal
Alpins A100 SRT

FCA Renault, Here are some potential offspring if FCA and Renault had merged, ClassicCars.com Journal
Renault Megane Hellcat

P.S. If you liked these images, be sure to check out another project by the studio that created the FCA/Renault images, except this time it’s “Unlikely Rally Cars,” especially the Ford GT and the unlikeliest of all, the Reliant Robin.

Larry Edsall
A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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