CHELSEA, MI – If approved for production, a new family of V-6 engines under development at DaimlerChrysler AG would be shared by Chrysler Group and the Mercedes Car Group. Chrysler also will get access to Bluetec, an advanced diesel technology pioneered by Mercedes-Benz, says Frank O. Klegon, Chrysler executive vice president-product development. The new global V-6, tentatively scheduled for production at three U.S. plants and one in Germany, would be featured in vehicles bearing badges ...

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