Not going to happen. The factory tow package comes with some extra equipment to make them suitable to handle to additional loads that towing places on the vehicle.
If anything, expect them to install a factory skid plate or develop a crossmember that will bolt up to the same place as a trailer hitch (essentially a hitch without the place for the receiver).
I didn't expect that they would install everything additional from a factory tow package, just the hitch. I added a factory one (junkyard find) to my '02, and observed how well it boxed in the tank. Of course, what I forgot was that the bumper would need cut and a bezel added for that fix. So yeah, a hitch without a receiver mounted to it would work just as well, with no mods needed anywhere else.
I doubt they will offer the repair, but I think the press will turn it into a PR nightmare for them if they don't. So I think they would be wise to offer this repair to anyone without a hitch.
My dad pulled a guy out of a burning Lumina that got rear-ended by a dump truck that was going about 65mph. He was waiting to cross the highway, while the guy in the Lumina was waiting to turn left off of the highway. He said when the truck hit it, it immediately burst into flames, like something out of a movie. The sad part is that until my dad ran up to pull the guy out, everyone else was sitting in their cars just staring at the wreck. It's like they expected that a guy that just got hit by a truck would be able to get himself out of the burning car. Luckily when others saw him trying to get the guy out, they ran up to help pull him out of the window. I've never been more proud of him, and thankfully the guy he rescued survived.
I wonder how many of the people that died in these Jeeps had bystanders watching them burn to death, instead of helping? My dad put himself in danger to rescue a total stranger, knowing that he himself could have received more severe burns than he did. The media will blast Chrysler for doing nothing, when it's our society that is the real problem.