DETROIT – Chrysler Group has the capability to build minivans for Volkswagen AG's North American showrooms, but no deals have been reached. The two firms are deep in discussion over a plan to share the architecture that will support Chrysler's next-generation minivan, says a source familiar with the talks. But Dieter Zetsche, the Chrysler CEO who becomes DaimlerChrysler AG's chairman effective Sept. 1, does not confirm that an agreement is imminent. However, such an arrangement is ...

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