Chrysler Group has signed a letter of intent to supply North America and Western Europe with subcompact cars built in China by Chery Automobile, Chrysler’s top spokesman says. The spokesman confirms an agreement was reached in early December but offers no details about launch timing or volumes. Production will begin “soon,” he tells Ward’s. The deal still must be approved by the supervisory board of Chrysler parent, DaimlerChrysler AG. Chrysler does not have a subcompact offering and ...
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