Chrysler LLC appears to have settled on the Dodge Circuit concept car as the basis for its first foray into the burgeoning electric-vehicle market. Having promised to produce an electric-drive vehicle for retail delivery in 2010, Chrysler has kept the make and model a closely guarded secret. The auto maker had indicated only that it would be based on one of four concept vehicles: the fully electric 2-seat Circuit, a minivan and two Jeeps configured as extended-range EVs. But compelled by ...

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