To ensure a “pretty fast” turnaround, Chrysler Group is conducting preliminary engineering development and tweaking the design of its Dodge Challenger concept coupe, even as it continues to work on a feasibility study to determine whether to produce the car, a top executive says. “We’ve got a lot of things going in parallel,” Frank O. Klegon, executive vice president-product development, says in an interview. “The business case is running. We’re doing preliminary engineering work. The ...
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