MARYSVILLE, MI – Chrysler LLC has no Plan B in its bid to introduce a dual-clutch transmission in North America – an anticipated milestone crumbling under the weight of a key supplier’s bankruptcy. Bob Lee, Chrysler vice president-powertrain product and engineering team, tells Ward’s the auto maker has no timetable to debut the technology, which currently is offered on the European-market Dodge Journey cross/utility vehicle. The admission comes in the wake of Getrag Transmission Mfg. ...
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