Chrysler LLC is setting its sights on its first dedicated hybrid-electric vehicle with ENVI, a separate engineering group created to develop electric-drive production vehicles and advanced-propulsion technologies. The new division will be charged with producing a dedicated HEV from the ground up, giving the auto maker its first vehicle in the category of Toyota Motor Corp.’s Prius and General Motors Corp.’s planned Chevrolet Volt. Named president of the organization is Lou Rhodes, former ...

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