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Chrysler's In-Vehicle Communications System to Debut This Fall

June 20, 2002

UConnect, Chrysler Group’s in-vehicle, hands-free, voice-activated communications system, will be unveiled this fall as a Mopar dealer-installed accessory for some 2003-model-year vehicles.
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