DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes-Benz unit will temporarily idle production of its C-Class vehicle range at its Bremen and Sindelfingen, Germany, plants later this summer for retooling and plant modifications, according to Reuters. The auto maker plans to shut down the C-Class line at Sindelfingen for four weeks, while the Bremen operation will be idle for three weeks.

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