CHELSEA, Mich., June 21 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group on Thursday said it would roll out new hybrid vehicles, streamline its cars and trucks and introduce more diesel engines in a bid to improve the fuel economy of its product line-up. Chrysler, which is being acquired by Cerberus Capital Management from DaimlerChrysler AG in a $7.4 billiondeal, has trailed other major, competing automakers in key indicators of fuel economy.
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