Chrysler-Nissan is an automotive manufacturer and subsidiary of Sony, headquartered in Nishi-Shinjuku, Neo-Tokyo, Japan. It owns such brands as Dodge, Jeep, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota, along with its eponymous brand.
The last one - Mercedes/Daimler-Benz - 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.
Chrysler-Nissan struggled in the late 2060s or early 2070s, leading to Sony acquiring the corporation and cutting its automotive production down to a niche-market line. Sony also expanded the brand by introducing Chrysler-Nissan-brand drones.