DAYTONA BEACH, FL – Chrysler Group’s Brampton, Ont., Canada, plant is the logical site to build the all-new Dodge Challenger, but the decision is not a done deal for an auto maker with a choice of flexible plants. Chrysler President and CEO Tom LaSorda uses the famed racetrack here, on the day of the Pepsi 400 NASCAR race, to confirm the muscle car’s return to production. The green flag is raised at a press event with nods to the past (a ’71 Challenger on display and an appearance by the ...

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