INDIANAPOLIS – A decision on whether to put the Chrysler Firepower roadster into production must factor in the fate of the current Chrysler Crossfire, as well, says Chrysler Group President and CEO Tom LaSorda. “To have two Chryslers in that segment doesn’t make sense,” LaSorda tells Ward’s at a weekend Formula 1 race here. The debate must weigh the advantages of the excitement of an all-new vehicle such as the Firepower, as well as the fact the Crossfire has seen supply outstrip demand ...
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