DETROIT – In the future, Chrysler LLC’s Dodge brand could boast a bold, new youth-oriented minivan, while the auto maker’s namesake marque would carry on with tried-and-true people-mover designs. Or vice-versa. So says Chrysler Vice Chairman and President Jim Press as he pulls back the curtain, ever so slightly, on the auto maker’s evolving product plans. In wide-ranging remarks to journalists at an Automotive Press Assn. event here, Press defends the U.S. auto industry’s pursuit of ...

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