Chrysler Group confirms it will build a production version of its Dodge Challenger muscle car concept vehicle in 2008. No production site is announced. Buoyed by enthusiastic response to January’s Detroit auto show unveiling of the Challenger concept car, Chrysler executives began an intense study of a prospective business case. Saying the auto maker was considering a plan that called for a limited-production, low-volume strategy, Chrysler President and CEO Thomas LaSorda told Ward’s ...

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