Tata Motors Ltd. reportedly is talking with Chrysler LLC about supplying the Auburn Hills, MI-based auto maker with mini trucks for the U.S. market. Tata Executive Director P.M. Telang says the two auto makers also are discussing developing an electric version of the truck, India’s the Business Standard newspaper reports. Another media report in January said Tata had inked an agreement with Chrysler’s Global Electric Motorcars, callings for the Indian company to supply an ...

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