SINDELFINGEN, Germany – Chrysler Group says it does not have a contract with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. for the development of a Jeep product in the future. The auto maker admits it is studying the viability of basing a Jeep product off various Chrysler Group platforms, including a platform exclusive to the off-road vehicle brand. “We are not working on a Jeep project together (with Mitsubishi),” says Chrysler Group CEO Dieter Zetsche on the sidelines of the DaimlerChrysler Innovation ...

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