CHICAGO – To ensure demand always exceeds supply and avoid the need for incentives, the Chrysler Crossfire will be a limited-run vehicle, says Larry Achram, Chrysler Group vice president-advanced vehicle engineering. "It has a 5-year plan," says Achram. "Crossfire is a strong enough idea in our portfolio, but we'll study whether it has stronger life than just the first run (5 years). We haven't completely decided. We have some other ideas and some other things under consideration as well." ...
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