ROCHESTER, MI – Chrysler Group has advanced its diesel-engine development to the point of having a production-ready application for light-duty pickups, hints President and CEO Tom LaSorda. Beginning with the ’07 model year, Chrysler will endorse the use of B20 biodiesel by its military, government and commercial buyers of Dodge Ram pickups, LaSorda tells the Detroit Economic Club here. B20 is a blend of diesel that features a 20% concentration of fuel derived from renewable sources such ...

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