The year 2002 started on a youthful note for DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group, as it debuted four concepts aimed at the youth market. The Dodge Razor sport coupe, the Dodge M80 compact pickup, Jeep Compass and Willys2 concept vehicles bowed at the North American International Auto Show in January, providing concrete evidence that Chrysler was here to stay. Even as the Chrysler Group entered the second year of its far-reaching restructuring plan, it took the wraps off the concept version ...
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