WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – Chrysler is contemplating two new technologies debuting on its ’12 SRT-brand high-performance lineup for other models. Adaptive-damping suspension is being considered for “other applications,” while the auto maker also is “looking at expanding” availability of steering-wheel-mounted paddle-shifters, Joe Grace, vehicle line executive-A/B segment and SRT, tells Ward’s at a recent media event here. Of the two, expect the paddle shifters to migrate soonest, likely on ...

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