Mitsubishi Motors Corp. decides it will not use the D-segment platform it co-developed with Chrysler Group. The Japanese auto maker says it plans to continue to use the smaller C-segment platform, but will forgo development of D-segment products. D-Segment platform was to be used for Galant replacement. “We recently decided to cancel the D portion and develop derivative products off the C-segment on our own,” a Mitsubishi spokesman tells Reuters. The ailing Japanese auto maker ...

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