Chrysler LLC’s three advanced production-intent electric vehicle prototype vehicles will make their worldwide auto show debut at the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show.


The vehicles — the Dodge EV, Jeep EV and Chrysler EV — will be on display during press days (Nov. 19-20), and throughout the show’s public days (Nov. 21-30).


Chrysler recently announced that at least one of these models would be produced in 2010 for consumers in North American markets, and European markets after 2010. Additionally, the company will have close to one hundred electric vehicles on the road in government, business and development fleets in 2009.


“We have a social responsibility to our consumers to deliver environmentally friendly, fuel efficient, advanced electric vehicles, and our intention is to meet that responsibility quickly and more broadly than any other automobile manufacturer,” said Bob Nardelli, Chairman and CEO – Chrysler LLC.


“The introduction of the Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge electric vehicles provides a glimpse of the very near future, and demonstrates that we are serious and well along in the development of bringing electric vehicles to market.”


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