Chrysler is still planning on introducing a hybrid-powered Dodge Ram in 2010, but a diesel-powered model is up in the air. Chrysler announced last year that both models would be introduced in 2010, but those plans may have changed.
Scott Kunselman, Chrysler senior vice president of engineering confirmed that the hybrid is still on, but wouldn’t comment on the future of the diesel. Only saying that he doesn’t think there is enough of a market among recreational buyers for the diesel. We can expect more details when Chrysler will outline its five-year business and product plan on November 4th.
The hybrid powertrain for the Ram is the result of a partnership between General Motors Co., BMW AG and Daimler AG.
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