ELKHART LAKE, WI – In revealing its 5-year game plan through 2018 a little more than a week ago, the Chrysler brand disclosed plans to add a new small 100 sedan companion to the current 200 in 2016, a new fullsize CUV in 2017 and a new midsize CUV in 2018, as it looks to more than double annual sales volume by 2018. Does that mean volume takes priority over promoting a luxury-brand image? Sure does, insists Al Gardner, CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Chrysler ...

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