Well Chrysler has decided to join the countless other automakers who have decided to increase the number of "green" vehicles that they currently offer. The automaker has set a goal of offering either an alternative fuel powertrain or a hybrid powertrain on ech of its vehicles. Chrysler’s new vice chairman Jim Press told The Detroit News that powertrain options would include plug-in hybrid, diesel hybrid, fuel-cell hybrid, or gas-hybrid models.
No timeline has been set for the release of these vehicles, but the automaker's first hybrid models should appear sometime in 2008 with the Dodge Durango and Chrysler Aspen hybrid SUVs.
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