Fiat said in a statement Friday that `'there is no specific project" and that it `'believes there is no need for a capital increase."
Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne conceded in October that investment plans for Italy deprive Fiat of the cash to buy the remaining stake in the U.S. automaker from the autoworkers' pension health trust.
Fiat has a 58.5 percent stake in Chrysler and has always planned to buy out the minority shareholder.
Fiat shares were down 2.27 percent to euro3.61 ($4.72) after it posted a 13 percent drop in year-on-year registrations in November. The European market dropped 7 percent by comparison.