AUBURN HILLS, MI – Chrysler Group’s Jeep division is getting an early jump on the 2015 auto show circuit, thanks to some innovative designs from students who weathered an intensive internship program this summer. The interns – six in design and three in engineering – were assigned to complete six concept Jeeps in just 13 weeks. Each concept would be modeled for one of the six major international auto shows. Student Adam Rabinowitz designed this 2-seat “eco-friendly hot-rod” for LA auto ...

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