Chrysler-Nissan is an automotive manufacturer currently headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. It owns such brands as Dodge, Jeep, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota, along with its eponymous brand. It is the world's largest automaker in terms of market share, but it has stiff competition from both Ares (after acquiring General Motors) and Saeder-Krupp.

Chrysler-Nissan was formed from the merger of the American Chrysler and the Japanese Nissan in 2038. Chrysler-Nissan assimilated Toyota in 2060 and owns Daimler-Benz as well. It was once part of the German conglomerate IFMU, but it withdrew due to IFMU's lagging financial debts. Chrysler-Nissan also recently lost a bid on the Messerschmidt-Kawasaki label to Saeder-Krupp. Nevertheless, Chrysler-Nissan is still going strong, with such popular models as the Jackrabbit.

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