DETROIT – Chrysler LLC could be selling two B-segment cars in the U.S. in the future, a top executive says. The auto maker already has a small-car entry coming next year based on its Hornet concept to be built by Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. in Japan, and now could have similar B-segment offerings from new alliance-partner Fiat Automobiles SpA. “(We’re) not even close to deciding stuff out that far,” Frank Klegon, executive vice president-product development, says here at the Automotive News ...

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