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Chrysler delivers 14 plug-in hybrid Rams to San Francisco

Not too long ago, we provided some news about some new plug-in hybrid full-size pickups from Ford that will now be making their way into the market. The Chrysler Group now has just announced that they will be introducing some new Dodge Ram plug-in hybrids to select cities across the US of A. One of […]

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Report: Ram won’t not be making any hybrid pickups

President & CEO of Ram, Chrysler’s truck brand, Fred Diaz, has said that the company will not be producing any hybrids past its current government-funded program. “Truckers don’t want to buy hybrids.” Despite the lack of mass production to the consumer market, Diaz has said that Ram expected to take away a greater command of […]

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Chrysler has an electric-vehicle strategy, it just won’t talk about it… yet

Speaking at the Automotive News Green Car Conference last week, Chrysler’s senior vice president for powertrain, Paolo Ferrero, said that the Auburn Hills automaker has an electric-vehicle strategy but it isn’t disclosing details right now. Ferrero said that the Fiat 500 electric will hit the roads in 2012 and is only a small part of […]

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Chrysler cancels Ram Hybrid, building 140 Ram plug-in hybrids as demo fleet

In 2008, Chrysler announced its intention to bring a Ram Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) to the U.S. market. However, after much consideration and evaluating the response to hybrid pickups in the marketplace, Chrysler said it could not formulate an appropriate business case and has decided to cancel development work on the 2011 Ram HEV. In […]

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