DaimlerChrysler invests 1.8 bln eur in new Sprinter


FRANKFURT, Jan 30 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler said on Monday it had spent around 1.8 billion euros ($2.18 billion) to develop and produce a new version of its Sprinter transport van that goes on sale in late March. "DaimlerChrysler has invested some 1.8 billion euros in the development of this new model," the world's largest commercial vehicles maker said in a statement. The Sprinter made its debut in 1995. The company made a record 167,000 Sprinter units in 2005 at plants in Germany and ...

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