Chrysler LLC plans to enter the electric-vehicle market with models for fleet-testing as early as 2009, most likely with a product reportedly capable of a 40-mile (64-km) range and hundreds of additional miles with the assistance of a small gasoline engine. Chrysler reveals four vehicles to the cable television news outlet CNBC this morning. They include a prototype Dodge performance car, Chrysler Town & Country minivan, Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, plus a city-car concept. The cars are ...

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