AUBURN HILLS – Riding high on sales success of its rear-wheel-drive LX cars (Chrysler 300 Series and Dodge Magnum), Chrysler Group says it may have to add another plant to assemble future variants of the platform should demand remain high. Chrysler has “interest” in building more variants off the LX platform beyond the 300, Magnum and upcoming Dodge Charger, says Craig Love, vice president of Chrysler’s rear-wheel-drive product team. Chrysler 300C If demand for the current LX ...

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