At a mere 20,000 units, the volume is low, but expectations are very, very high for the new Chrysler Crossfire. It will compete with some of the world’s best coupes and most highly regarded auto makers, not only in North America, but also throughout the world. Chrysler executives say 15% of total production – about 3,000 units – will be sold in Western Europe, Asia and Africa. Chrysler Crossfire First shown outside the U.S. at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show, the Chrysler ...
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