AUBURN HILLS, MI – Recent reports that Chrysler Group and its equity partner Mitsubishi Motors Corp. have given the green light for a single platform as the basis for C- and D-segment vehicles is premature, says Chrysler Group CEO Dieter Zetsche. Dodge Neon “We haven’t made a firm decision. We won’t until the first half of next year,” Zetsche says. “This is something we’ve only been investigating most recently.” Zetsche says both companies are studying using a derivative ...
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