Long-condemned for its truck-heavy mix, Chrysler Group LLC is poised to deliver on previously unmet goals to build and sell more cars as consumers steer clear of SUVs and personal-use pickups. A 5-year product plan, revealed this week as the auto maker breaks a 5-month silence, shows a lineup of 28 vehicles in 2014, five more than it currently has. Assuming all get the green light for production – four are tentative – and factoring in Fiat-brand vehicles built by partner Fiat Automobiles ...

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