AUSTIN, TX – It wasn’t long ago that Chrysler’s vehicle interiors were bland and indistinguishable. The blueprint was simple: Rectangular steering wheels with the Pentastar logo in the middle, regardless whether the vehicle was a Chrysler, Dodge or Plymouth, accented by beige, beige and more beige trim. Some gray elements were thrown in on occasion. As the auto maker emerged from bankruptcy and came under the guiding hand of new owner Fiat, long-criticized cabins ...

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