FRANKFURT, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Automaker DaimlerChrysler said on Tuesday it planned to build its new Grand Sport Tourer (GST) at the Tuscaloosa plant in the United States with the production and market launch set for the end of 2004. DaimlerChrysler said in statement that it will spend some $600 million to expand the production area at the plant in Alabama, where it also manufactures its successful M-Class sports utility vehicles. The GST is a wagon-like concept vehicle which seats six ...
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