Chrysler Group LLC takes two steps forward and one step back as it announces two electric-vehicle programs and confirms the cancellation of its planned hybrid Ram pickup. The auto maker says today it will build a plug-in hybrid Ram in 2011 featuring a 12 kW/h lithium-ion battery that will store enough energy to power the vehicle 20 miles (32 km) on electric power, alone. Chrysler is mum on the production site. The battery will come from Electrovaya Inc., a Toronto-area supplier that ...
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