NEWARK, DE – Chrysler Group expects its upcoming C/D (small and midsize) platform, which it is developing jointly with equity partner Mitsubishi Motors Corp., to account for its largest reduction in engineering hours, a key efficiency target for the company. Chrysler seeks efficiency gains from joint small/midsize car platform. The decision as to which products will be placed on the C platform (currently Dodge Neon) will be finalized in the first quarter of next year. But ...
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