KOKOMO, IN – Chrysler Group and its equity partner Mitsubishi Motors Corp. spent less than a year developing a Mitsubishi version of the upcoming redesigned Dodge Dakota pickup truck. Mitsubishi’s new pickup is based on upcoming redesigned Dodge Dakota. The Mitsubishi pickup will be added to the production line at Chrysler’s Warren, MI, assembly plant in 2005, but will not increase employment at the plant. (See related story: Mitsubishi to Add Midsize Pickup) “We will try to ...

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