RUBICON SPRINGS, CA – Chrysler Group is confident its first gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle will leapfrog the competition, but its hydrogen powertrain strategy remains up in the air. Chief Operating Officer Eric Ridenour tells Ward’s a “clear winner” needs to emerge from a widening array of technologies before the auto maker begins to consider fuel cells as a replacement for more conventional powertrains. Meanwhile, Ward’s learns production of Chrysler’s first HEV – a Durango fullsize ...
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