DaimlerChrysler AG is meeting the increased need for crash test data with a C$250 million expansion of its Canadian research center. The barrier crash testing done in Chelsea, MI, and at the technical center in Auburn Hills, MI, will be augmented by the University of Windsor/DaimlerChrysler Canada Automotive Research and Development Centre in Windsor, Ont. The expansion will help DC meet new passive restraint (airbag) standards proposed in May that require occupants be protected in a ...
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