DURHAM, NC – Chrysler Group confirms it has given the green light to provide coachbuilders with de-contented versions of its Chrysler 300C to facilitate the manufacture of long-wheelbase (LWB) versions of the sedan. The auto maker has not set a definitive volume target for the LWB project, saying it will provide the vehicles as it can fit them into the production mix at its Brampton, Ont., Canada, assembly plant. Chrysler Approves 300 LWB sedan. “We have approved the basic ...

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