DETROIT-- The Mercedes-Benz Grand Sports Tourer, shown as the Vision GST concept in Detroit Monday, will go into production at the plant in Vance, AL, plant in 2004, confirms Juergen Hubbert, DaimlerChrysler AG board member in charge of Mercedes-Benz cars and Smart. That is a year after its lower-priced cousin, the Chrysler Pacifica sports tourer, begins assembly at the minivan plant in Windsor, Ont., in January 2003. The Mercedes GST will be produced off the M-Class platform. Hubbert ...

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