DaimlerChrysler AG's Freightliner Corp. confirms at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas, TX, last week that it will introduce an all-terrain vehicle with serious off-road capabilities similar to General Motors Corp.'s Hummer large sport-ute (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Oct. 2, '00 p.1). Called Unimog (a German acronym for Universal Motorized Unit), the existing version is sold by Mercedes in 150 countries and used solely for commercial purposes. It will wear a Freightliner badge ...

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