WINDSOR, Ont., Canada – Chrysler Group will decide within 90 days how it will proceed with the Dodge Challenger muscle car and whether or not to build the Chrysler Firepower 2-seater. Tom LaSorda, president and CEO, tells Ward’s senior executives met last week to evaluate business cases for the concept cars. But one thing already is certain about the Challenger, LaSorda confirms: Chrysler would assemble it, not Austria-based Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik AG & Co. KG, which builds two ...

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