Chrysler Group LLC is looking for a new battery supplier after A123 Systems Inc. withdraws from the Fiat 500 electric-vehicle project following the battery maker’s second-quarter loss of $34.2 million, compared with a loss of $21.9 million year-ago, Freep.com reports. Chrysler and Massachusetts-based A123, which has a battery plant in Livonia, MI, announced their partnership last March. They planned to start producing battery-powered Fiat 500 EVs in 2012 at Chrysler's Toluca, Mexico, ...

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