DaimlerChrysler is building an image car for the Chrysler brand -- in Osnabrueck, Germany. The car is the Chrysler Crossfire, the concept 2-seater that left many auto show-goers drooling in Detroit in January. The coupe will be a low-volume addition to the Chrysler Group stable of vehicles. It joins niche icons Dodge Viper and Chrysler (formerly Plymouth) Prowler, both of which are built by Motor City union members at Detroit's Conner Avenue assembly plant. While the eventual ...

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