Jeff Bell, Vice President of Chrysler and Jeep(R), to Speak at Motor Press Guild Monthly Meeting

This Advisory Is an Invitation to News Organizations to Send a Reporter and/or

Crew to Cover the Appearance of Jeff Bell, Vice President of Chrysler and
 Jeep(R) at Chrysler Group, Who Will Be Addressing the Myths and Facts of
            Diesel Technology, and the Potential of Biodiesel

   Jeff Bell, Vice President, Chrysler and Jeep(R) at Chrysler Group will
   talk about the current state of diesel technology; describe the benefits,
   potential market, and the challenges of convincing consumers to try the
   new advanced technology diesels.

   Diesel-powered cars and light trucks make up less than 3% of the
   U.S. passenger vehicle market, compared with Europe where diesel
   passenger vehicle sales are approaching 50% of the market.

   DaimlerChrysler is testing the U.S. consumer market with two new
   products, the Mercedes-Benz E320 cdi launched in 2004, and the
   new Jeep(R) Liberty CRD diesel.  Even before production began, about
   60,000 consumers expressed interest in the Liberty CRD; vehicles are
   remaining on dealer lots for less than 15 days.

   He will spend a few minutes describing the innovative program to fuel
   each new Liberty CRD with 5% biodiesel, focusing attention on this
   promising clean, renewable fuel.

   Motor Press Guild Monthly Meeting.  The MPG is a 20-year old automotive
   journalist and public relations association that provides a forum for
   newsworthy speakers to address issues and events relevant to the
   automotive industry.

   Cost:  $20.00/Members, $25.00/Non-members

   Tuesday, June 7, 2005
   11:30 a.m. - social/12:00 - Luncheon

   Proud Bird Restaurant
   1022 Aviation Blvd.
   Los Angeles, CA  90045

   Larkin Hill, 310-352-4400 or

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