Slagle says Chrysler plans to increase annual sales from an estimated 530,000 vehicles in 2002 to 750,000 in two to three years. Pacifica expected to bring 100,000 new sales to Chrysler brand. New products such as the Pacifica, Crossfire and PT Turbo will supply much of the impetus, he says. Speaking at a Chrysler Design Forum here, Slagle says Chrysler also is aiming to move from a mainstream to a premium brand in the process. "In the next 24 months every model will be new ...

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