Don't get your hopes up. It's a long shot.
The automaker officially pulled out after the 2012 season, but that may soon change.
The money goes to benefit the reconstruction of Central Italy in the aftermath of the devastating earthquakes of August.
But Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne says making its cars "uniquely Ferrari" would be difficult.
Don't expect to see it before 2019, though.
A front-engine, rear-wheel drive two-seater riding on the Giulia's platform could replace Alfa's carbon-fiber 4C in a few years.
The next Chrysler 300 could be built on a modified version of the front-drive Pacifica minivan platform, Marchionne said.
Sergio Marchionne is bullish on Alfa's success in China.
As expected, FCA's CEO will take over when Amedeo Felisa retires.
Ferrari's ultimate road car is about to lose its roof.
If Tesla can actually make a profit on the Model 3, Sergio says he'll totally clone it.
Ferrari's current chief, Amedeo Felisa, is said to announce his retirement imminently.
Maybe it really couldn't pass crash tests.
Well, that settles that.
He just won't stop.