CHELSEA, MI – The stretch for commonality only goes so far at Chrysler Group, the company's product development process chief says. The auto maker, churning out a consistent diet of new and revamped vehicles, is looking to standardize processes and components across its architectures, but won't compromise the exterior differentiation of its products for the sake of cost-saving sameness, Frank Klegon, vice president-product development process and components, tells Ward's. Klegon's role, ...
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