Black days are ahead for Chrysler Group LLC. Twelve months ago, this prediction would have had a markedly different connotation. But now, to Pietro Gorlier, it means the auto maker is poised to make a fashion statement. “We see, at the moment, that there is an increased interest not only in chrome, but for black,” says Gorlier, president and CEO-MOPAR service, parts and customer care. Could this mean a line of black wheels? Black grilles? Gorlier is mum on details. But the MOPAR ’10 ...
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