Chrysler Group LLC CEO Sergio Marchionne provides a more detailed peek under the auto maker’s tent today by outlining planned and envisioned platform-sharing with alliance-partner Fiat Automobiles SpA. Fiat will contribute three platforms to Chrysler, while there is a “possible” Alfa Romeo or Maserati application for the pentastar company’s Jeep Grand Cherokee platform, Marchionne says. And there is a “real” chance an Italian-brand utility vehicle with Grand Cherokee bones could ...

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