When Chrysler rolled out its trio of hybrid concepts (ZEO, EcoVoyager, Renegade) at last month’s Detroit Auto Show, no one envisaged it would be a sign the carmaker was serious about offering a full hybrid lineup one day. Latest comments from Chrysler’s new President Jim Press reaffirm the carmaker’s desire to make every model available with a hybrid option, which also sounds remarkably similar to claims from Press’ former employer Toyota.

Speaking at a recent seminar, Jim Press said that eventually every vehicle Chrysler makes would be hybrid-powered. He wasn’t willing to give a timeline but revealed the new CAFE laws, forcing carmakers to lift fleetwide fuel economy levels to 35mpg by 2020, would be easier to meet with more fuel-saving hybrid models.

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Chrysler will offer full hybrid lineup

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