SINDELFINGEN, Germany – Just as Toyota Motor Corp. prepares to launch its Prius hybrid-electric car in Europe to expected strong demand, DaimlerChrysler AG says it will study the long-term success of hybrids before its moves forward with a high-volume project. The auto maker has committed its Chrysler Group arm to produce a hybrid-electric version of its Dodge Ram pickup truck later this year. The truck will feature a 110/220 volt AC electric motor that will provide additional power in ...

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