Chrysler might build electric cars
Volt is not even built yet and it is already in danger. As the gas price is getting bigger by the day people are looking for alternative powers. And it seems that the electrical one is the best at the moment.
Chrysler is considering an electric car that might be unveiled in the next three to five years. The company launched a special division within the company last fall called ENVI — pronounced like "envy" — to bring electric-drive vehicles and related advanced-propulsion technologies to market.
"ENVI is currently developing electric vehicles for the three Chrysler brands and is planning on product within three to five years," Nick Cappa, a Chrysler spokesman, told the Free Press.
Around September, Chrysler will begin to offer two hybrids: the Chrysler Aspen and Dodge Durango — both SUVs and both priced below GM’s similar models.