Commentary At a recent press event, Chief Operating Officer Wolfgang Bernhard publicly aired a question that’s been asked internally at the Chrysler Group for many years: "Does every Jeep have to be able to traverse the Rubicon Trail?" This famously rugged path in California separates real SUVs from pretenders, and it long has been a test bed for measuring the mettle of off-road vehicles. Because Bernhard is Chrysler’s COO, I’m not sure the diehards got a fair hearing ...

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