TOKYO – Mitsubishi Motors Corp. has tied a new knot with its former partner, DaimlerChrysler AG, agreeing to supply a version of its new 64-hp minicar engine to the Smart Fortwo successor due in 2007. Smart will get naturally aspirated and turbocharged versions of the 3-cyl. engine, says a Smart spokeswoman. Replacement for Smart Fortwo to get MMC engine. Mitsubishi introduced the 0.66L engine at the Tokyo Motor Show in the production version of its 4-passenger minicar called the ...
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