After Geely denied that it is buying into Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), another Chinese carmaker is now in the picture. Great Wall Motors (GWM) is reported by Reuters as interested in a stake in FCA. Great Wall, China’s biggest producer of SUVs, is reportedly keen on FCA’s Jeep brand.

A GWM spokesman told the newswire that the firm had “an intention to acquire” FCA. It is not clear if GWM is looking just at Jeep, the entire FCA Group or a stake in the Italian-American carmaker. FCA’s brands include Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Lancia, Maserati and Ram.

Ram is a truck brand, but its presence is limited to its home market of North America. Jeep on the other hand has a global footprint and is much more well known internationally, both in name and design. Great Wall’s SUVs are sold in Malaysia under the Haval brand, which has the H1 and H2 crossovers. More are coming this year.

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