SAN FRANCISCO – Ben Winter put his career “on the line” when he and his team pitched an improved version of Chrysler’s Stow ’n Go seating system for the auto maker’s minivan lineup. The result? The once-balky feature that separates Chrysler from the competition now is child’s play. And Winter remains a vehicle line executive at Chrysler. After a mid-cycle refresh had been approved and budgeted for the ’11 Dodge Grand Caravan and its Chrysler Town & Country platform-mate, engineers ...

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