With 688,501 hits to the DaimlerChrysler Corp. web site seeking information on the PT Cruiser in June alone, the craze is far from over. The nagging question remains: How can the company get more Cruisers on the road? “We could add a line somewhere if we need to,” says Gary Henson, DCC executive vice president-manufacturing. “We have to be sure we need it.” The level of demand in Europe is still uncertain, says Mr. Henson, and the automaker must ensure there is long-term demand to ...

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