Did Chrysler Europe actually exist in 1960s and 1970s? It is claimed that it was a business, division, subsidiary or something after merging Rootes, Barreiros and Simca. I cannot find any information about it. None of the sales literature from the period mentions Chrysler Europe. I know that Rootes was renamed to Chrysler United Kingdom Ltd, Simca to Chrysler France SA, Barreiros to Chrysler Espana SA, all somewhere around 1970. But Chrysler Europe Limited did not exist and nor did Chrysler Europe SA. Well the last one did or does but that is from the 1997 plus. Chrysler sold its European operations to Peugeot in 1978. I believe that Chrysler Europe should refer to Chrysler's European operations not to a division, subsidiary or whatever. I would like to learn more about this subject.
The closest thing that resembles to Chrysler Europe I can find is Chrysler International SA that was located in Geneva. Dodge Brothers (Britain) Limited belonged under it. But Rootes, Simca etc? Another question I have is that what happened with Dodge Britain after 1967 when Kew plant was closed? Was it merged with Rootes?
The FCA US LLC heritage page also mentions nothing about Chrysler Europe as a business or whatever. It only mentions that in 1978 Chrysler’s European operations were sold.
I managed to make somebody in Wikipedia to edit the Chrysler Europe article. Now the article in Wikipedia seems to be correct to me.