Highlights

Financial Highlights

(€ million) 20132012(1)2011(2)2010(3)2009(3)
Net revenues   86,816 83,957 59,559 35,88 32,684
Trading profit/(loss)   3,394 3,541 2,392 1,112 736
EBIT    2,972 3,404 3,467 1,106 455
EBITDA   (4) 7,546 7,538 6,825 3,292 2,491
Profit/(loss) before taxes   1,008 1,519 2,185 706 103
Profit/(loss) for the year    1,951 896 1,651 222 -345
Attributable to:            
Owners of the parent   904 44 1,334 179 -374
Non-controlling interests   1,047 852 317 43 29
Basic earnings/(loss) per ordinary share (€) (5) 0.744 0.036 1.101 - -
Profit/(loss) excluding unusuals (6) 943 1,14 684 342 13
Basic earnings/(loss) per ordinary share (excluding unusuals) (€)   0.099 0.242 0.254 - -
Investments in tangible and intangible assets   7,44 7,534 5,528 2,864 2,684
of which: capitalized R&D costs   2,042 2,138 1,438 886 748
R&D spending (7) 3,362 3,31 2,175 1,284 1,154
Net industrial debt   6,649 6,545 5,529 542 3,103

(1) Figures previously included in the 2012 Annual Report have been restated to reflect application of the amendment to IAS 19. Trading profit and EBIT were reduced by €273 million, profit before taxes was reduced by €517 million, and profit for the year was reduced by €515 million.
(2) Includes Chrysler from June 2011.
(3) Excludes activities transferred to Fiat Industrial S.p.A. (now CNH Industrial N.V.) on 1 January 2011.
(4) EBIT plus depreciation and amortization.
(5) For 2011, the calculation assumes conversion of all Fiat S.p.A. preference and savings shares into ordinary shares on January 1st. For prior years, comparable data is not available. Note 12 to the Consolidated Financial Statements provides additional information on the calculation of basic and diluted earnings per share.
(6) Excluding unusual items and, for 2013, also the recognition of one-off net deferred tax assets.
(7) Includes capitalized R&D and R&D charged directly to the income statement.

Select Data by Geographical Area

 EmployeesPlantsR&D CentersRevenues(*) (€ million)
 20132012201320122013201220132012
Italy 62,505 61,858 45 44 35 37 6,937 7,275
Europe (excluding Italy) 26,525 26,767 33 33 16 15 13,038 12,999
North America 81,365 73,713 49 48 17 16 47,738 45,348
South America 48,306 46,949 19 19 5 5 10,501 11,805
Other regions 6,886 5,549 13 14 5 4 8,602 6,53
Total 225,587 214,836 159 158 78 77 86,816 83,957

(*) Revenues for each geographical area include Mass-Market Brands, Luxury Brands and Components.

Sustainability Highlights

  201320122011(1)
Employees(no.) 225,587 214,836 197,021
of which women(%) 19,6 19.2 17.9
Hours of training(thousand) 4,232 4,206 4,048
Employees participating in performance evaluation process (2)(no.) 54,500 52,700 39,500
Frequency rate of accidents(no. accidents per 100,000 hours worked) 0.19 0.22 0.28
Severity rate of accidents(no. days of absence due to accidents per 1,000 hours worked) 0.06 0.07 0.08
Energy consumption by plants (3)(TeraJoules) 48,322 45,692 48,875
CO2 emissions by plants (3)(thousands of tons) 4,178 3,965 4,196
Water withdrawal by plants(thousands of m3) 24,936 25,874 29,862
Waste generated by plants(thousands of tons) 1,809 1,761 1,855
Contributions to local communities (4)(€ million) 19.7 20.8 36.5

Note: All data is audited by the independent certification organization SGS Italia S.p.A. The scope, methodology, limitations and conclusions of the audit are provided in the Assurance Statement issued by SGS and published in the Fiat Group 2013 Sustainability Report.
(1) Includes Chrysler Group for the full year.
(2) Includes all employees participating in the PLM (Performance and Leadership Management) and PBF (Performance & Behavior Feedback) evaluation processes.
(3) Data for 2011 has been recalculated to reflect the scope of reporting applicable for 2012.
(4) Includes initiatives undertaken by the Group worldwide in support of local communities. Calculation based on London Benchmarking Group (LBG) method.