VENICE, Italy (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Fiat
Chrysler aims to produce over 100,000 new Jeep models in China, in a move that is key to Fiat's goal of selling 300,000 vehicles annually in China by next year.
Fiat and Chinese automaker Guangzhou Automobile Group have a joint venture called GAC-Fiat to produce Fiat cars in China.
"In China we have a good partner, and we have the possibility to use a second one to develop Jeep," he said.
Marchionne said Chrysler is not currently in talks with a partner for Jeep, but added that "there have been a number of expressions of interest."
(Reporting by Jennifer Clark; editing by James Mackenzie)