The small car platforms being jointly developed by DaimlerChrysler AG and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. are expected to yield about 1.35 million vehicles annually, providing economies of scale without compromising the brands, says DC Chairman Juergen Schrempp. Schrempp provides the breakdown in releasing the car maker’s financial results for the year 2001. Engineers from DC and Mitsubishi are working on three separate platforms. The common design base for a small car in the B segment, to be used ...

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