Chrysler Group characterizes as misleading a statement by Mitsubishi Motors Corp. that casts doubt on the Japanese auto maker’s use of a jointly developed midsize vehicle platform. The two auto makers are moving forward with their joint production plans, Chrysler says. Mitsubishi weighs using mid-size platform with DC for future cars. “We will maintain projects that have merits to both sides,” Mitsubishi Motors says in the statement. “Regarding midsized sedans, we are considering a ...

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