CARLSBAD, CA – Chrysler’s new Crossfire sports coupe provides a good look at the changes happening at DaimlerChrysler AG, as the company seeks to reduce its costs while developing new products across all of the German-American auto maker’s myriad of brands. Developed in a speedy 24 months at a cost of $280 million, the Crossfire shares 39% of its components with Chrysler’s German sibling, Mercedes-Benz. Chrysler Crossfire shares 39% of its parts with Mercedes. The most ...
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