AUBURN HILLS – Chrysler Group designers are targeting better quality via improved interiors and more precision fit and finish. Upcoming Chrysler cars, such as this 300C, will see new levels of design quality. The auto maker has developed a unique studio for the task aptly named the Design Quality Assurance (DQA) studio. Here, designers work to assure vehicles don’t just look good, but also embrace a level of interior and component craftsmanship on par with some of the most ...

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